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Following the 2013 season, the offensive line was the biggest question mark heading into the offseason, that needed apparent improvement. The Dolphins quickly addressed this need by the start of free agency, as they quickly acquired all pro left tackle Branden Albert. Following the bullying scandal last season, adding one pro-bowler simply was not enough for the offensive line, as it was also to be addressed early in the draft. With the 29th pick in the 2014 NFL draft, the Miami Dolphins selected another offensive tackle, Ja’waun James from Tennessee. The Dolphin’s made the offensive line a top priority this offseason, to protect quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Here is an updated look at the Miami Dolphins offensive line.
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How do you feel about the current state of the Miami Dolphin’s offense? Any positions that still need addressing?