A pair of clubs have reportedly taken a look at a former Dolphins offensive tackle.
Will Yeatman, who was not tendered by Miami as a restricted free agent, has met with the Texans and Vikings this week, Aaron Wilson of National Football Post reported Friday.
The 26-year-old Yeatman suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in November. However, according to Wilson, it’s anticipated Yeatman will be available for the start of training camps, which commence next month.
Yeatman played eight games for Miami in 2013, all as a reserve. He was listed as the Dolphins’ backup left tackle. Miami moved him to tackle from tight end in 2012.
Yeatman played collegiately at Notre Dame and Maryland, suiting up at tight end for both schools. He also played lacrosse for the Terrapins. Yeatman (6-6, 315) has made two NFL starts — one at tight end and one at wide receiver, per the league’s game statistics.