The Dolphins offensive line is one big construction zone, so why not shuffle the deck a little more the first few days into camp.
The team announced they had signed veteran Tony Hills and Steven Baker, who apparently are an upgrade over the camp bodies they have.
Hills has kicked around a bit, spending time with the Steelers, Broncos, Colts, Bills and Raiders, playing in 10 games with one start.
To make room for the new blockers, the Dolphins released tackle Michael Phillip and wide receiver Gerald Ford, who was signed in June.
With the bounty scandal in their recent past, there was no way they could avoid the bad publicity that came with pardoning Richard Nixon.