• Dolphins to sign Clabo, signaling Martin move

    Summary of 13 articles · Updated May 6, 2013
    Like with Clabo, had the Dolphins signed Winston, Martin would have been on the move to the left side. “We made some big moves in the offseason in free agency, and the draft look like it went really well,” Clabo said of the Dolphins. At 31 years old, Clabo probably isn’t a long-term solution at right tackle for the Dolphins. “When I was released and became a free agent, one of the first things that we wanted to find out was, who had interest,” Clabo said in comments distributed by the team.  Team also sig...
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    • Dolphins sign tryout LB, make room for Clabo

      Dolphins signed FAU LB David Hinds after he tried out at rookie minicamp. Team also signed Clabo & waived QB Clay Belton & LB Rob McCabe - Ben Volin (@BenVolinPBP) May 5, 2013
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      The Miami Dolphins finally landed a starting-caliber offensive tackle this offseason. The team signed former Atlanta Falcons lineman and free agent Tyson Clabo to a one-year contract. But even with Clabo on board, the Dolphins' biggest offseason questio…
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    • Clabo signed: Dolphins may NOT be finished

      This morning the Dolphins seemed to cross the line of no return in committing to Tyson Clabo as their right tackle and Jonathan Martin as their left tackle by signing the former Atlanta Falcons player to a one-year deal. The Herald's Barry Jackson was t…

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