Ereck Flowers was one and done with the Dolphins. The team signed him last offseason hoping he could help anchor the offensive line but his performance was just sub-par. Flowers was made expendable by the performances of the two rookies, Robert Hunt and Soloman Kindley. By the sounds of it, Hunt is going to be moved to right guard while Kindley gets moved to left guard. The Dolphins signed D.J. Fluker last week, so perhaps he’ll slide into the right tackle role or the Dolphins have other plans to fill that position.
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Miami Dolphins trade OG Ereck Flowers back to Washington Football Team, sources say
The Dolphins have agreed to trade guard Ereck Flowers to Washington in a deal that has both teams swapping late-round draft picks, sources confirmed to ESPN.
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