Cleveland Browns OT Chris Hubbard:
Cleveland Browns offensive tackle Chris Hubbard is a veteran and entering his eighth NFL season. He has started 48 career games, with almost all of them coming at right tackle.
Last season the Cleveland Browns needed him at right guard, and he started there for them, but I think Brian Flores would love that versatility while also getting a veteran he could trust.
I think Miami could get Hubbard for a late-round pick, and he would be able to start for them at right tackle in 2021.
Tennessee Titans OT Ty Sambrailo:
Just like Hubbard, Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Ty Sambrailo is a veteran in the NFL. He is entering his seventh NFL season, but he only had started 18 games in his career.
However, Sambrailo filled in for Tennessee’s star tackle Taylor Lewan when he tore his ACL last season, and he has the versatility to play left and right tackle.
The former second-round pick is returning from an injury last year as well, but he is competing for the Titans’ starting right tackle spot. Miami should be able to get him cheap, especially if he isn’t running away with the job in Tennessee.
Tennessee Titans OT Kendall Lamm:
Sambrailo was listed as the co-starter on the first depth chart in Tennessee with other co-starter Kendall Lamm. Having both Lamm and Sambrailo makes sense here because Miami needs a tackle, and one of these guys won’t be starting.
According to Titans Wire, Lamm did get injured in practice yesterday, so that’ll be something to monitor. However, Lamm is entering his seventh season and has started 27 games in his career, so if he’s healthy, he’s an option.