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Zach Brown visit still ongoing, changes agent

NFL: New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins are still visiting with free agent linebacker Zach Brown, Tuesday morning. The visit, which began on Monday night, could lead to Miami finding their third starting linebacker and position the team to head into the NFL Draft with no major needs that have to be filled. Brown, a five-year veteran who was selected to his first Pro Bowl last season with the Buffalo Bills, had previously visited the Oakland Raiders, but no contract agreement was reached.

CSE Football, providing NFLPA-certified agent representation as a part of CSE Talent, announced on Tuesday that Brown had signed on Monday night with the company to provide representation and negotiation on his free agent contracts. It seems a little odd for Brown to change agents just as he is undergoing a free agent visit and, likely, negotiating a contract.

CSE Football also signed former Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Jared Odrick, also a free agent.

The Dolphins are looking to find a linebacker to team with Kiko Alonso and Lawrence Timmons as the starting trio for the team in 2017. Alonso, who was tendered as a restricted free agent this offseason, played last year with Miami as the team’s starting middle linebacker after the Dolphins traded for him from the Philadelphia Eagles. Timmons joined the Dolphins this offseason as a free agent after 10 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.