With Justin Smiley on the outs and Nate Garner not practicing because he had an offseason surgery the team declined to specify, the Dolphins are apparently in the market to help their offensive line.
So free agent offensive lineman Cory Procter, cut by the Cowboys on Monday, is scheduled to visit the Dolphins no later than Friday, according to an NFL source.
Procter, 27, has already visited the Broncos and the Patriots.
Procter is primarily insurance against injury in the interior of the Miami line. He was active for every game in 2009 but appeared in only five total plays from scrimmage, according to the Dallas Morning News.
A center by trade, Procter played left guard in 2008 when Kyle Kosier was injured. Procter is 6-4 and 311 pounds. Procter was signed by the Cowboys off the Detroit Lions practice squad in 2005. The Lions signed him originally as an undrafted free agent out of Montana.