Report: Greg Toler visiting Dolphins

AP

Free agent cornerback Greg Toler is visiting the Dolphins Thursday night and Friday, the Miami Herald reported.

The Dolphins haven’t been shy in free agency but do have a need at cornerback after Brent Grimes signed with the Buccaneers and Brice McCain was released.

Toler, 31, started 25 games over the past two seasons for the Colts. He’s played three seasons with the Colts and three with the Cardinals, who drafted him in the fourth round in 2009.

The Colts signed Patrick Robinson to fill the starting cornerback spot opposite Vontae Davis. Toler has started 47 of 72 career games and has eight career interceptions; last season was the first season of his career during which he didn’t record an interception.

10 responses to “Report: Greg Toler visiting Dolphins

  1. Camp body. He is not better than what they have. I would seriously consider Lippett opposite the guy they got from Philly and the young McCain at the nickel. If Hargreaves is there and BPA then take him in the draft. Miami has had some questionable DBs but losing Delmas to injury is what killed the defense. They played much better when he was on the field because he acted as the QB of the defense. IMHO, Miami needs that instinctive leader that can direct the defense pre-snap. That was Delmas and when he went down, the defense fell apart.

  2. Miami you can have him. This dude is as useful at corner as a sack of potato chips. Scratch that, I’d rather have the chips!

  3. Greg Toler is probably just visiting as in, he has a friend on the team and he is there to lend moral support and do his Lil Jon impersonation.

  4. 12 playoff points and yet we keep beating the crap out of the Patriots. Beating up on Tom Brady the last 3 years has been great.

  5. 12 playoff points and yet we keep beating the crap out of the Patriots. Beating up on Tom Brady the last 3 years has been great.

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