The signing of Shelley Smith (left) eases some of the pressure the Dolphins are under to find two starters on the interior of the offensive line. Dallas Thomas, Nate Garner, Sam Brenner and David Arkin are the in-house candidates to start, but if they could have made last year's struggling O-line better shouldn't they have done more? The 2014 draft is relatively weak when it comes to interior lineman, but the Dolphins could address the position in the first round by selecting Notre Dame offensive lineman Zack Martin (right), and moving him inside to guard. Nevada's Joel Bitonio, UCLA's Xavier Su'a-Filo, LSU's Trai Turner, Vanderbilt's Wesley Johnson and Stanford's David Yankey are the few prospects that fit Miami's zone blocking scheme. There are also some decent veteran free agent guards still available, but most will find work after the draft.
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