Guard remains a spot that the Dolphins could look to improve and the team has been kicking the tires on some draft prospects that could be added to the mix.
On Wednesday, they’ll turn their attention to more vintage options. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that several veteran offensive linemen will visit the team in Miami.
Among them are former Colts and Chiefs blocker Jeff Linkenbach. Linkenbach started three games at guard for the Chiefs last season and made 33 other starts at guard and tackle during four previous seasons with the Colts. Jackson reports that Jeff Baca, who played four games for the Vikings in 2013 and spent last year with the Chargers, is also on the list.
The Dolphins, who waived guard Davonte Wallace on Tuesday, would probably start Billy Turner and Dallas Thomas at guard if the season started today. Depending on how Wednesday’s visits and the draft play out, there could be two different men in those roles when they travel to Washington on September 13.