Yesterday we started a game of "Walk, Franchise, Extend" as we look at the Miami Dolphins' 2015 free agents. We are working our way through the team's unrestricted free agents, giving you a chance to choose what the Dolphins should do with each of the players who are set to have their contracts expire in March.
Below you will find a poll. All you have to do it vote. Once we make it through all of the Dolphins' free agents, we will post the results of who you want to walk, franchise, or extend.
We started yesterday with tight end Charles Clay. Today, we continue with guard Daryn Colledge.
Colledge joined Miami in June 2014, signing a one-year contract as a free agent. He spent the 2011 to 2013 seasons with he Arizona Cardinals after five years with the Green Bay Packers. He was a second round selection by Green Bay in 2006, coming out of Boise State.
With the Dolphins, Colledge was plugged into the starting lineup at left guard. He was one of five new starters on the offensive line on opening day in 2014, as Miami completely rebuilt the offensive line. Colledge played well early in the season, as he settled in next to Branden Albert. A back injury and migraine headaches, however, sidelined Colledge for three games, and turned the left guard position into a platoon rotation between him and Shelley Smith over the last few weeks of the season.
Colledge's one-year deal with the Dolphins was worth $2 million. He turned 33 years old this week.
What do you do?