The Miami Dolphins re-signed veteran Jermon Bushrod on Thursday, retaining one of last year’s starting offensive linemen.
The 32-year-old Bushrod, who started all 16 games at right guard last season, was considering retirement, but he decided to play an 11th NFL season.
He’s started 112 of the 124 regular-season games he’s played. Most of Bushrod’s snaps prior to joining the Dolphins came at left tackle; last season was Bushrod’s first year at guard. He’s projected to remain as an interior lineman.
Whether he’ll be a starter in 2017 depends on how the training camp competition goes.
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