5 veteran Miami Dolphins players who may not make the 2022 roster

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Solomon Kindley could be on the outs for the Miami Dolphins but is it too early for the team to give up on him?

Connor Williams was added as a free agent guard and now looks to be taking on the center job, at least for now. If he doesn’t stick at center, he will play guard. If we do the numbers, it could be Kindley that is the odd man out.

Drafted only two years ago, Kindley started out looking like a steal in the mid-rounds. He had a lot of work to do but he showed enough that there was something to build upon. Last year, however, his production dropped off and he found himself deep on the depth chart.

Outshined by Robert Hunt, Kindley could be the odd man out this year depending on how the new coaching staff views his progress throughout camp. As of today, there are only four guards listed and Williams isn’t one of them.

Robert Jones will compete for a spot on the roster with Kindley and Hunt is likely the starter at one of the two guard spots. Miami also has former first-round pick Austin Jackson listed as a guard as well and they are more likely to give him a shot at transitioning than they are Kindley.

Kindley has to have a good training camp and shake off his 2021 performance. It isn’t going to be easy but for now, he is likely going to find his position in jeopardy.