Miami Dolphins At 50: Top 10 OLs

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No. 5 – Richmond Webb

Richmond Webb played 11 seasons in Miami and had more Pro Bowl seasons than not while protecting Dan Marino’s blindside.

The seven-time Pro Bowler was selected with the ninth overall pick in the 1990 NFL Draft. He started in all 16 contests during his rookie campaign and proceeded to miss only two games from then to 1997.

Webb earned First Team All-Pro honors in both 1992 and 1994 while receiving 12 first team and three second team All-NFL and All-Conference accolades by various publications.

Webb started in all but one of his 164 games. That total that makes him the longest tenured tackle in the history of the franchise. If he had not signed with Cincinnati before the 2001 season, he may have had the most games played by any lineman in Miami.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame named Webb to the All-1990s second team. He was inducted into the Dolphins Honor Roll in 2006 as well.

After Webb’s seven straight Pro Bowl seasons, the man was still a great tackle. In his last season in Miami, the Dolphins were fifth in sacks allowed. Keeping with the standard Webb had set 11 seasons before.

Webb will one day be a Hall of Famer and with his resume it’s easy to understand why.