Miami Dolphins to work out three offensive tackles
05/01/2013 12:01 AM
05/01/2013 1:00 AM
It will be at least a trio of tackles working out for the Dolphins on Wednesday.
NFL sources said former University of Miami offensive tackle Eric Winston, former Atlanta starter Tyson Clabo and former Indianapolis starter Winston Justice will be spending Wednesday in Davie as the Dolphins continue their search for a starting tackle.
Clabo, 31, started all 16 games for Atlanta last season, his eighth in the NFL, at right tackle. Winston did the same at right tackle during his only season in Kansas City, his sixth consecutive season with 16 starts.
Justice sustained a biceps injury that limited him to 12 games at right tackle with Indianapolis, which acquired him from Philadelphia in a 2012 offseason trade. But those 12 games represent only the third time he has played 10 or more games in his seven NFL seasons. In the other four seasons, he played a combined 18 games.
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