The Miami Dolphins have spent the last few days weighing their options at offensive tackle, visiting with multiple free agents and not ruling out a possible trade. However, it now appears one of those options, left tackle Bryant McKinnie, has been taken off the market.
The deal is reportedly a two year contract.
Meanwhile, the Dolphins are still trying to decide between Tyson Clabo, Winston Justice, or Eric Winston. Although the trade with the Kansas City Chiefs for Branden Albert has been declared dead, there is a possibility that could return as well.
Miami is thought to be looking to make their decision "very soon," possibly as early as today.
For more on McKinnie's deal, check out Baltimore Beatdown.