The Dolphins will be in the market for a new center as the team will not pick up Daniel Kilgore’s option. The veteran center has spent the past two seasons with the Dolphins after being acquired for a seventh round pick back in 2018. The offensive line was a mess last season and this move should not be that surprising. It’s been reported that the Dolphins have expressed interest in soon to be free agent, Ted Karras, who filled in for David Andrews last season in New England.
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Miami Dolphins: New center needed as Daniel Kilgore won’t return - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
Dolphins won’t pick up Kilgore’s option
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