Perhaps you’ve heard a little something about this in recent weeks, but the Dolphins might need a little help on the offensive line.
And they’re apparently interested in beginning the makeover with a high-priced tackle.
According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins “very much like” Ravens free agent Eugene Monroe, as well as having interest in Chiefs free agent Branden Albert.
The goal is to land one or the other in free agency, to begin the rebuild of a line left in shambles after the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin mess (as if it wasn’t a bit of a mess to begin with).
Of course, the Ravens are eager to keep the 26-year-old Monroe after trading for him last year, and there are mixed signals about the Chiefs’ interest in hanging onto Albert.
The Cardinals and Buccaneers are also expected to be heavily involved in the tackle market, and the Panthers certainly have a need there with the retirement of Jordan Gross.