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A look at Miami's tackle auditions

Eric Winston.

Tyson Clabo.

Bryant  McKinnie.

Winston Justice.

Let's play pick the offensive tackle!

The Dolphins have basically conducted an open offensive tackle tryout this week in order to try to fill their most glaring need remaining this offseason.

All of the players they've brought in to audition for the part have been excellent to good NFL players at one time. All of the players they've brought in are no longer the players they once were. All of the players they've brought in have been cast off by other teams now, some of them by multiple other teams. All of the players they've brought in want significant money -- at least $3 million for one season. All of the players they've brought in are probably just one-year solutions, in the Dolphins' mind. All of the players they've brought in had to work during their visits.

This is a tryout, not a classic free agent visit. Yes, there are meetings with the coaching staff and meals and so forth. But all the players have been or will be put through a work out on the field.

So which player will the Dolphins pick?

Which is the best option?

Obviously, we're not allowed to see the workouts. So assuming all the players are in relatively equal shape (probably a bad assumption) the Dolphins have to also judge a variety of factors.

Injury history.

Contract demands/desire.

Character/Culture fit.

Right off the bat if one of these players is willing to play for one year and relatively cheaply, he has an advantage. I don't know that any will do that, but that's out there. I would assume that the most expensive of the bunch would be Bryant McKinnie because he's the only actual left tackle of the group. Left tackles are more valuable.

The problem is McKinnie is clearly the worst character and culture fit. He's not Chad Johnson, as I mentioned in a previous blog post because he hasn't really been in constant legal problems. But he has been known to be a headache to coaches -- even last year in Baltimore. He is also an unrepentant partier. He has even recently hosted a party at a local club in Pembroke Pines as recently as two weeks ago.

Now, there's nothing wrong with partying. But even if McKinnie isn't the king of all partiers, he's royalty. And as the Dolphins are within 12 miles of Pembroke Pines and South Beach is down the coast a bit, this can lead to some distractions and negative example setting.

Just saying.

Winston, Clabo and Justice are not saints. But they're not in McKinnie's league at all.

Injuries?

McKinnie is clean in this regard. He didn't start a game last season during the regular season but that wasn't due to injury. He was overweight (another red flag) and out of shape (red flag) and it took him much of the season to get back in shape. He started every playoff game at left tackle.

Clabo last season managed a hip injury but continued to add to his 101 starts with the Falcons. He has not missed a game in five seasons. The chart below is missing a start in 2012.

Justice is not quite the iron man. He has started 16 NFL only once in his seven previous seasons, that coming in 2009. He was limited to 12 games last season with Indianapolis.

Eric Winston, like Clabo, answers the bell. He has started 16 games every year since 2007.

The age issue isn't really one. Look, the Dolphins know each man's age. They still brought them all in. This signing won't be a long-term affair. Even if the eventual contract signed is a multi-year deal, in all probability this will be a one-year rental.

Sidenotes:

The Dolphins are not the only team searching for tackle help. The Chargers need help at left tackle. The Ravens do also.

All are relatively interested in McKinnie. The Dolpins are really the only team trying out right tackles because they believe Jonathan Martin on some level can play left tackle. The Raven have Michael Oher and still would rather have a left tackle. The Chargers just drafted D.J. Fluker to play right tackle.

It should be interesting to compare and contrast how the three teams address the same need going forward. To me, however, this is starting to feel a bit like a Marc Colombo redo. I've seen this scenario before.

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"This is less than stable and final for sure."

Jpao,

It's actually a better situation than what a lot of other teams. Then you throw in a 2nd, a 3rd, & a 7th round pick @ the CB position??? I have to believe Coyle is excited right now.

And if anyone thinks that he's not excited about getting Dion Jordan on the field they're crazy...

I still want Albert via trade I throw them a fifth rounder

2nd choice is McKinney he's a beast

And final choice would be Eric Winston

I am very impressed with our draft as a whole it was quite satisfying it covered all our major needs dion Jordan is a stud I'm sure him and Tom Brady will hit it off nicely

Mando,

I'm really confused at this point & Ireland is now scrambling to find a solution. Ireland had extensive discussions with Albert's agent & the Chiefs to acquire a LT so why are even considering signing a RT??? I say--give up the 2nd (if Albert doesn't start at least 13 games then it becomes a 3rd) & make the f#cking trade.

What did Martin do in the last week to make Ireland think that he can be our starter at LT??? Probably nothing. So you bring in McKinnie who is a LT. That actually makes sense. Now Eric Winston & Clabo???? They're at least competent RT's. But then you throw in Winston Justice??? Justice is terrible.

Winston

Marc from NJ,

it will be determined. do you agree

Marc--why do you feel the need to make three posts to express one continuous thought (i.e., your order of preference)?

It makes your point disjointed and is completely unnecessary.

I'd like to add Jason Peters and Eugene Monroes names to the mix too. Bear with me for a second here. Peters will be making about $13million next year and is coming off a season ending achilles surgery. Everything I've read suggest Lane Johnson is EXACTLY the guy they want to play LT for this offence. I'm not convinced that they are just going to move him to RT, even for a year. I think Philly is in rebuild under Kelly and I'm not sure it makes sense to pay your left tackle $13mil under that scenario. My guess is they will try and trade Peters and ultimately chop him this Summer. Just my guess. If he's healthy he's be a nice add for the Dolphins. Monroe seems decent if not elite. Last year of his contract. In all likelihood he'll be their RT but what if we could do a trade of Martin for him and sign a RT? They get their RT, still under contract for a few more years and we get our LT, at a reasonable price (currently making $3.8 mil for the last year in his contract).

Just throwing those out there as additional options.

Go miami

If Martin got stronger he would be just fine at lt.
He has great feet he just seemed weak.

SO let me understand Mando, McKinnie has character issues WHY? The only thing that you peg his character for is that he had an occassion to stand up and question his coaches? Are NFL coaches beyond reproach or question because they're in a position of authority? What other major character issues has he had Mando? Oh, he likes to party?! What 20-something millionaire doesn't like to party? Has his partying resulted in any DUI's, drunk and disorderlies, domestic violence, or any legal problems??

You want choir boys protecting Tannehill or you want Mount McKinnie. The only REAL ISSUE you mention is his weight and conditioning. Other than that, GET REAL MANDO!

Agree with the people that say McKinnie is the short term answer. Justice is always injured. The other two aren't Lts. McKinnie is the only one that can play - but only if he decides he wants to. That's the risk. When focused he is a beast.

And I would feel better about Jerry playing LT than Martin. martin just isn't man enough and I find it hard to believe that in 9 months he could become that.

2013 NE Patriots Draft

2 52 Jamie Collins Outside Linebacker Southern Miss (grade 68.8)
59 Aaron Dobson Wide Receiver Marshall (71.7)
3 83 Logan Ryan Cornerback Rutgers (69.0)
91 Duron Harmon Safety Rutgers (50.3)
4 102 Josh Boyce Wide Receiver TCU(72. 2)
7 226 Michael Buchanan Defensive End Illinois (69.5)
235 Steve Beauharnais Outside Linebacker Rutgers(60.3)

2013 Miami Dolphins Draft

1 3 Dion Jordan Defensive end Oregon (93.5)
2 54 Jamar Taylor Cornerback Boise State (85.5)
3 77 Dallas Thomas Tackle/Guard Tennessee (82.7)
93 Will Davis Cornerback Utah State (71.0)
4 104 Jelani Jenkins Linebacker Florida (65.0)
106 Dion Sims Tight End Michigan St. (67.0)
5 164 Mike Gillislee Running Back Florida(70.3)
166 Caleb Sturgis Kicker Florida(59.2)
7 250 Don Jones Strong safety Arkansas State (50.2)

I'd like to add Jason Peters and Eugene Monroes names to the mix too. Bear with me for a second here. Peters will be making about $13million next year and is coming off a season ending achilles surgery. Everything I've read suggest Lane Johnson is EXACTLY the guy they want to play LT for this offence. I'm not convinced that they are just going to move him to RT, even for a year. I think Philly is in rebuild under Kelly and I'm not sure it makes sense to pay your left tackle $13mil under that scenario. My guess is they will try and trade Peters and ultimately chop him this Summer. Just my guess. If he's healthy he's be a nice add for the Dolphins. Monroe seems decent if not elite. Last year of his contract. In all likelihood he'll be their RT but what if we could do a trade of Martin for him and sign a RT? They get their RT, still under contract for a few more years and we get our LT, at a reasonable price (currently making $3.8 mil for the last year in his contract).

Just throwing those out there as additional options.

Craig,

Eventually Peters will be cut but he missed the entire 2012 season so that's a very risky signing. B/c there are other teams that need starting Tackles (like the Chargers) Ireland is not in a position to wait around for guys to get cut which is why he is meeting with all these guys.

As for Monroe--I have no idea if he's a good player or not BUT he's also going to cost us a draft pick to get him & since he's in the last year of his deal we're going to have to pay him starting LT money. Is he better than Albert??? If so then you make the trade. If not you make the deal for Albert.

Assuming the Dolphins have faith in starting Jonathan Martin at LT, the choice is simple...CLABO, CLABO, CLABO! He answers the bell EVERY week, and was rated the 5th best RT last year and the 14th best OT overall by Pro Football Focus. By contrast, Winston was rated #26 overall and Justice...well, let's not even go there, may as well take out an insurance policy on Tannehill's life if he's the RT. Albert btw, was #25, so again...CLABO!

It seems to me like the whole Albert thing was a smokescreen and Ireland/philbin are pretty comfortable with Martin at LT, otherwise would they not have taken the available LT with the 3rd pick. Looks to me like they're going to get an RT and call it good.

Everyone talking about Miami brass not being comfortable with Martin is just regurgitating what the talking heads are feeding them. Nobody, unless you happen to maybe be related to Philbin or Ireland, has first hand knowledge of what their thinking. Especially not the press!!

I think people are underestimating the job Martin will do at LT. I say we sign a RT and go with Martin on the left side. People forget how highly regarded Martin was coming into last year’s draft. It’s sad that just because he didn’t start off playing at a Pro Bowl level from Day 1, so many people are ready to give up on him.

I say sooner rather than later, if given the chance, Martin will be everything people expected him to be.

TFK

Craig, Mando blogged about Monroe and Peters days ago.

WHPs,

I'm not sure he is better than Albert but he's not going to cost $8-9 million going forward. no way a guy goes from $5 mil a year to $8-9 mil on a long term deal. I think he's good not great. I'm just saying, if htere was way of doing a deal with Monroe at $5-6 mil a year to be out LT for the next 4-5 years I would do it. He's younger and had less health problems than Albert.

Posted by: I Will Keep Posting The Truth Until You Realize The Pats Can't Draft | May 01, 2013 at 11:21 AM

Only an IDIOT would try to rate this years draft class before they even got to minicamp!

Clabo seems to be best choice based on durability, consistency

Trade for Brandon Albert, sign Clabo or Winston, and let camp decide the rest.

Tyson Clabo or Eric Winston,

Clabo is 32 but as reliable as they come as Armando pointed out. And a 32 year old offensive linemen isn't too bog of a deal. Granted he might not have too mnay years left maybe 2-3 left but that could be 2-3 good years. Considering Clabo's reliability and not to mention I read he was Atlanta's best overall olinemen last year according to Walterfootball (respectable site). Clabo sort of played himself out of the market with contract demands around 6 M. That number will come down if seriously wants to sign. He would be my first choice.

Eric Winston is a good player on most Sundays. He played on a horrible team last year so its not fair to really judge him off just 1 year. Previously for the Texans he was a good player and sometimes very good but their cap was sort of messy and they cut him along with allowing Mario Williams to go sign a ridiculous contract in the same season. Winston is a GREAT locker room guy. He's all about his teammates. He's on 'Movin the Chain' frequently with Kirwan and Ryan. I like his character and feel he would be a good fit but he supposedly wants crazy demands like he can't be released after 1 season which I hear he won't back off of which is why he is my #2. If the contract demand wasnt so crazy and he just let his play do the talking I would be all in for him as my #1.

Both of these guys are RTs and Im prepared to sink or swim with Jonathan Martin at LT. I was cool with Brandon albert trade but once it didn't happen I was actually relieved. His contract would have added to the heavy pay roll and I usually don't get into cap talk much but with all the signings this offseason when all was said and done I was happy he wasn't traded for.

@ 11:21 - jamie Collins was one of my favourite players in thsi draft. Really like Josh Boyce too. the others ...pfft

I Trust Ireland Will Pick The Right LT Or RT. Stop Hating Mando.

Ireland Has Had His Most Successful Offseason 2 Years Straight.

I Believe Ireland Turned The Corner The Minute He Signed Philbin And Co.

When They Brought Columbo In That Is The Only Player Spo Wanted.

Philbin Is Working Out All The OT's. He Will Decide Who He Wants. Irelands Job Is To Bring Them In So Philbin Can Look At Them.

Oh, And All The Tackles They Have Brought In Are Head And Shoulders Above Him.

Admit It Mando, WHEN Ireland Signs The Linemen. This Will Be His Best Offseason As A GM.

Agree with the people that say McKinnie is the short term answer. Justice is always injured. The other two aren't Lts. McKinnie is the only one that can play - but only if he decides he wants to. That's the risk. When focused he is a beast.

And I would feel better about Jerry playing LT than Martin. martin just isn't man enough and I find it hard to believe that in 9 months he could become that.

Mark,

If Jerry was a legitimate option at LT then you could play Dallas Thomas @ RG & let Martin play RT. But since Ireland is scrambling to find a Tackle I doubt the team views Jerry as the answer.

WHPs,

I'm AMAZED that a guy like you, who complained each and every day about Jake Long and the money the team paid him is in such a RUSH to deal for ALbert and pay him $9 million a year on a long term. I mean, you can't see the hypocrisy in that? You complained long and hard that Long's performance didn't match his value and now you want to lock the team into another expensive long term deal going forward. I mean SERIOUSLY? You thinking this throough properly?

I'm not sure he is better than Albert but he's not going to cost $8-9 million going forward. no way a guy goes from $5 mil a year to $8-9 mil on a long term deal. I think he's good not great. I'm just saying, if htere was way of doing a deal with Monroe at $5-6 mil a year to be out LT for the next 4-5 years I would do it. He's younger and had less health problems than Albert.

Craig,

It's an interesting choice. Pay the better player more money or go with a cheaper option who might be able to get the job done.

So we've established that Monroe is younger, he's been durable, & he's cheaper than Albert BUT is he available??? We know Albert is.

Martin is an extremely bright and coachable guy who SHOULD improve considerably in his second year but it's difficult to feel completely comfortable with him at LT.

The staff knows far more than we do regarding this (only a delusional fool would think otherwise) but I suspect they are still seeking some insurance and/or a different player in that spot this season.

That said, I don't discount Martin being able to handle it, either. He just might.

So to the guys that are in McKinnie's corner:

Ozzie's a pretty smart GM. Why isn't he re-signing McKinnie to short term deal? What does he know that we don't? Don't give me the 'he's tight against the cap thing'. He's made it a priority not to bring him back. He's been signing replacements all over the place. YOu telling me, at one of the most important positions on the team, he can't find $3-4 mil for McKinnie? I don't believe it. To me that's a big red flag right there.

Go with Martin as LT and be done with it. We have to determine if he is our answer at LT or not. He has the feet and technique. The question is if he had done the workouts to build the strength. That is what we have incentives and gyms for.

From there I am fine with Clabo or Winston - whomever is in better condition. A million plus or minus is a de minimus expenditure for this role.

We Need Playmakers,

We agree quite frequently on here. I do have disagree with you on Jonathan Martin though. I don't have my fan glasses on ever when criticizing Miami players but he was learning a new side of the line which didn't allow him to just play. He had to think too much which for a rookie is already hard enough. Granted he needs to get MUCH stronger but the same can be said for so many others who eventually become good players. Im prepared to sink or swim with him. I think at worst he finishes like around a C grade at best who know maybe a solid B tackle.

Mark,

Yes. I Agree. They Could Personal Favorites.

What I Am Saying. IS WE DRAFTED A LB IN THE 4TH GRADED SLIGHTY LOWER THAN THE PATS TOP PICK.

FUNNY THING IS THIS ISNT THE PATS WORST DRAFT IN RECENT MEMORY.

THE FINS TOP 3 PICKS HAVE FIRST ROUND GRADE.


WHPs,

I'm AMAZED that a guy like you, who complained each and every day about Jake Long and the money the team paid him is in such a RUSH to deal for ALbert and pay him $9 million a year on a long term. I mean, you can't see the hypocrisy in that? You complained long and hard that Long's performance didn't match his value and now you want to lock the team into another expensive long term deal going forward. I mean SERIOUSLY? You thinking this throough properly?

Posted by: Craig M | May 01, 2013 at 11:29 AM

Here's my 2 cents. This is a dumb post!

The last 2 years:
Albert has been healthy, Long hasn't.
Albert has been the better player.

If anyone is deserving of a long term contract for around $9m per it's the better player who hasn't been on IR the last 2 years & injured the year before that.

This is common sense!

I'm AMAZED that a guy like you, who complained each and every day about Jake Long and the money the team paid him is in such a RUSH to deal for ALbert and pay him $9 million a year on a long term. I mean, you can't see the hypocrisy in that? You complained long and hard that Long's performance didn't match his value and now you want to lock the team into another expensive long term deal going forward. I mean SERIOUSLY? You thinking this throough properly?

Craig,

There's a difference--I think Long is done. I think it would be a miracle if Long made it through this season & the Rams will regret that deal. Albert is not DONE, he just missed some games last year.

AK FIN fan....

I am beginning to lean that way as well....If Coach Philbimn and Mr. Ireland wanted a TOP-NOTCH LT...they would have drafted one....or traded for one...Mr. Ireland has shown that he holds ALL the cards in that respect....

If he drafted Jake Long's replacement last year...then Mr. Ireland's genius meter has just gone up a few notches....ause that means he DOES understand on how to re-stock and re-load...as opposed to scrambling for solutions...

Parcells left the cubards empty...that much is evident....and Mr. Ireland is turning the FINS in to a NEXT MAN UP organization....

Would rather they made the moves they did and be doing these tryouts than taking albert and losing dion Jordan.
ust because a player hasn't been signed by draft day doesn't mean they aren't good players. As stated earlier some players want too much money at the start of FA, then once the draft has been completed and teams fill needs their price usually comes down.

Eric Winston is not, is not Mark Colombo the swinging gate.

"We agree quite frequently on here. I do have disagree with you on Jonathan Martin though. I don't have my fan glasses on ever when criticizing Miami players but he was learning a new side of the line which didn't allow him to just play. He had to think too much which for a rookie is already hard enough. Granted he needs to get MUCH stronger but the same can be said for so many others who eventually become good players. Im prepared to sink or swim with him. I think at worst he finishes like around a C grade at best who know maybe a solid B tackle.

Andy,

Are you sure that was me??? What did I say???

I like the idea of getting McKinnie on a 1 year deal. I do not think Ireland really wants to commit a big contract to Albert plus part with a high draft pick after shelling out all those large contracts this offseason that will really eat into their cap next season.

I do like Clabo but from what i read he is a big mauling run blocking tackle but to me it does not sound like he is the best fit for a zone blocking scheme. He sounds a lot like what Miami could get from Jerry if they moved him to right tackle.

Craig, the answer regarding blatimore and McKinnie is quite obvious. They got pizzed at him for being out of shape last year. They obviously question his professionalism. Well, that's something that's easily rectified. bring the man in for a visit, work him out, give him a physical. I think if you think he's maintaining himself then you go with him ... simple as that. No other guy available can touch this man's skill level.

The Pats Suck At Drafting. And Seem To Be Getting Worst.

The End Is Near.

Oh, and That was Me @11:21. Before We Get Dashi Was Trolling. I Was Just Proving A Point. Pats Can't Draft.

Just FYI,

So here's the thing....

If my post was dumb, then you just outdid me. Check your facts.....Albert hasn't been healthy. He's missed time last year and he's had back problems. A guy with back problems is never a good thing.

Check your facts next time before you come the smart a88 comments.

Dashi, no doubt that I think we had a better draft as well you should when you draft 3rd overall then find a falling gift in Jamar Taylor that easily could've been a first round pick if it weren't for some overblown medical red flag. Despite the overblown blogs yeasterday about some third and fourth rounders getting away (like really, who cares?), the most important part of the draft (1st two rounds) fell perfectly for this team. We got a top pass rusher and corner .. what more can you ask for??

I believe the only reason why we haven't made the trade for Albert is b/c Ireland doesn't want to part with a 2nd round pick. Normally I hate trading away draft picks for players but in this case I think I'd pull the trigger. But then again I wouldn't have traded the 2nd round pick to get Jordan. I'd have sat still @ 12 & taken Lotulelei or Eifert.

If Jordan becomes a HR then Ireland was right. If not that 2nd round pick could have been Albert. The question is did we really NEED Jordan right now??? IMO--We needed Albert more this season.

What I Like Is Ireland Still Isn't Panicking.

He Is Offering 1 Year Deals. At A Reasonable Price.

He Didn't Panic And Traded For Albert And A Multi Year Deal.

He Didn't Panic And Overdrafted A LT.

Ireland Has Kept Building The O-Line As A Whole. (and Team, you've seen the draft)

Now He Is Down To The Last Piece. And Philbin and Ireland Aren't Panicking.

Keep The Course Ireland.

We Have Playmakers,

It was you that mentioned Martin not being man enough or was you quoting someone else? That was what I was referring to.

I need to see a vast improvement in Martin this off season to be comfortable with him at either RT or LT.The guy was a doormat last year when I saw him on the TV,he made Marc Colombo look good for Christ's sake!!

Dashi, no doubt that I think we had a better draft as well you should when you draft 3rd overall then find a falling gift in Jamar Taylor that easily could've been a first round pick if it weren't for some overblown medical red flag. Despite the overblown blogs yeasterday about some third and fourth rounders getting away (like really, who cares?), the most important part of the draft (1st two rounds) fell perfectly for this team. We got a top pass rusher and corner .. what more can you ask for??

Mark,

We'll see on Jamar Taylor. Maybe his kidneys won't improve. I understand there's a risk with EVERY player but I wouldn't have the stones to to take guys like DJ Hayden or Jamar Taylor or Lattimore. And definitely not Tyran Mathieu!!! If you're wrong these picks were 'throw aways.'

Posted by: Craig M | May 01, 2013 at 11:47 AM

How do you equate Long being on IR two straight years & being seriously injured the year before that to Albert missing 7 games in 5 years?

An even dumber post to follow up with.

We Have Playmakers,

It was you that mentioned Martin not being man enough or was you quoting someone else? That was what I was referring to.

Andy.

No. That's Mark. He hates Martin. I'm not giving up on him yet. He improved @ RT as the season progressed but he struggled with his strength at times. It's too early to know what he can be IMO.

Mark,

My Bad I Should've Rephrased That Better. I Know You Don't Believe The Pats Draft Hype. What I Wanted To Point Out To You Is J. Jenkins In The 4th Is Better J. Collins In The 2nd.

And The Patriots Traded Down To Do That.

While Ireland Traded A 2nd For #3. And Actually An Extra 2nd.

Ireland Still Managed To Draft 9 Players. If 4-5 Can Play On The Team For A While He Has Done His Job. And I See At Least 6 Players Ireland Drafted That Will Be On The Team 2-3 Years Already.

Kiper graded our draft as B-. Bleacher report B+ All you guys who said we would be graded D or so, how that working out???

Jamar Taylor Was Taking The Wrong Blood Pressure Medicine.

His Heart Didn't Burst. Or Shatter His Knee. Or Was A Midget CB.

They Took Him Off The Medication And His Kidneys Improved.

Coyle Coached Some Good CBs Back In Cincinnati. And If J. Taylor Can Turn Into L. Hall. We Will Be Alright.

"ArmandoSalguero

Can't say not re-signing Long was mistake b/c he made a choice. And hearing from multiple places he turned down more $ from Miami. So ..."


Did anybody else see this tweet from Mando??? That's Then why did his wife Jackie say that she didn't want to move & then start that stupid "Keep the Long's in Miami" campaign??? Doesn't sound right to me.

"Coyle Coached Some Good CBs Back In Cincinnati. And If J. Taylor Can Turn Into L. Hall. We Will Be Alright."

Dashi,

Let's just hope he's not Jamar Fletcher okay???

We Have Playmakers,

Lol gotcha bro! So we agree again. I don't see some great player in Martin but I do see the possibility to be a very good one some day. He's smart, good feet he just has to get MUCH stronger. To me that's something that is very do-able at the NFL level. Martin plays with a mean streak at times too. He's not afraid to fight it out which is a characteristic that is something that is hard to teach.

I was once all in for Brandon Albert but in the end the light came on and I was glad we didn't trade for him.

The thing about Martin is what if he gets hurt? Who comes in at LT? I say get Albert, put Martin back at RT, and lets just hope neither get hurt. I still say Miami should not have traded up to get Jordan. He would've still been there at #12 and they would've kept the other second round pick.

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