The Miami Dolphins offensive line was horrible last year. It’s difficult in my opinion to justify the entire Miami offense strictly by how Chad Henne played considering the play of the Oline and the play calling of Dan Henning. Which by the way, Ronnie Brown told a local reporter that the players were not fans of Hennings and that Chad was shackled by him.
Today, the Dolphins appear to be ready to take a major step forward in fixing their Oline. No, they haven’t released Vernon Carey. They have however, according to Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald signed former Dallas Cowboy Marc Colombo. Colombo had his best seasons in the NFL under Tony Sparano in Big D. He is a RT and should be adequate competition to push Carey.
Carey, in my opinion has regressed over the last two years. He is set to make almost 7 million dollars in 2011. Hardly warranting his play from last year.
The Dolphins are also close to signing C/G Shaun O’Hara as well. Two big offensive lineman in one day would do wonders towards fixing the glaring holes on the offensive line. Darlington is saying that O’Hara’s all day visit is going very well.