The Miami Dolphins have a gap on their 90-man roster and drafted three offensive linemen on Sunday, in accordance with Professional Soccer Community reporter Aaron Wilson.
The group included Cole Toner, Cohl Cabral and Jake Lacina.
Toner is the one one of many three with NFL regular-season expertise, with 14 video games and 4 begins during the last 4 seasons after being a fifth-round choose of the Arizona Cardinals in 2016.
His most motion got here in 2020 with the Chargers, when he performed 10 video games with three begins. Toner additionally returned off the Houston Texans observe squad in 2021 and began the one sport he performed in — in opposition to the Chargers in Week 16.
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Cabral and Lacina have been each signed as rookie free brokers after going undrafted in 2020, with Lacina gaining some expertise within the USFL this yr.
Cabral jumped in 2021 from the Houston Texans to the Minnesota Vikings to New Orleans. He re-signed with the Saints in January however was launched in Might.
Lacina was a consensus All-American choice at Augustana College, a Division II faculty in South Dakota.
The Dolphins presently have 15 offensive linemen on their roster, together with Michael Deiter, who has not practiced for the reason that second day of coaching camp with a foot damage.
The others are Terron Armstead, Robert Hunt, Liam Eichenberg, Austin Jackson, Connor Williams, Greg Little, Larnel Coleman, Robert Jones, Solomon Kindley, Adam Pankey, Kion Smith and Cole Banwart, together with rookies Kellen Deisch and Blaise Andries.