The Miami Dolphins practiced on Monday with former offensive team of the Indianapolis Colts J & # 39; Marcus Webb, according to a report from Field Yates by ESPN . The move comes as Miami looks to find a replacement for Laremy Tunsil's decision. Tunsil, along with wide receiver Kenny Steals, traded in Houston Texas on Sunday.
No deal was reached with Webb.
The Dolphins are currently looking at Jesse Davis and Julien Davenport as a potential starter for Sunday's Week 1 race against Houston Texas. Davis worked all summer for the right fielder after playing right guard at the club last year.
"I don't know," Davis replied to Hal Beach's Hal Habib at the Palm Beach Post when asked about his level of comfort as he made his way to the left. "Why not go from right-handed writing to left-handed writing and see how great it looks?"
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Texans were desperate for a left-arm upgrade that led to the trade for Tunsil, which pulled Miami two first round picks, a choice second-round pick, Davenport and cornerback / special team quarterback Johnson Almonds. That's not exactly a promising factor in favor of Davenport when it comes to playing this season. Choosing a fourth round pick in 2017, it could be a drafting project for Miami if they are not forced to start it.
The only other Miami decision on the list is the choice of six round Isaiah Prince. He'll probably start on the right if Miami coaches decide to start Davis in his left hand.