A potential solution for the Dallas Cowboys’ issues at right tackle is now off the table.
Former Falcon Tyson Clabo signed with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, the team announced. In each of the past five seasons, Clabo started all 16 games for Atlanta, while playing on the right side. He was released around a month ago in a cost-cutting move.
"When I was released and became a free agent, one of the things we wanted to find out was who had interest," Clabo said, per ESPN. "What teams do I think have use [for a right tackle] and on the move upward in the league? Miami was right there."
Dallas is running out of options if they want to replace Doug Free at right tackle. They had reportedly expressed interest in Bryant McKinnie, but he re-signed with the Baltimore Ravens last week. Eric Winston is still on the market, but reports are mixed as to whether the Cowboys are willing to pay the $3-4 million he wants annually.
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