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Even after all of Jeff Ireland's free-agent spending, the Miami Dolphins' offensive line is still a major concern entering training camp. Featured Columnist Garrett Baker recently exposed some of the key question marks surrounding Ryan Tannehill's first line of defense.
Although there is still some doubt remaining about Jonathan Martin's ability to protect the blindside, both he and Tyson Clabo will undoubtedly suit up at tackle.
Mike Pouncey is a lock at center, but there is a heated battle in the interior for the two spots beside him. John Jerry has his weight issues, Dallas Thomas is an unproven rookie, Lance Louis is returning from a torn ACL and Richie Incognito isn't a pure zone-blocker.
Incognito is the one guy most people seem to pencil in due to his Pro Bowl nod last season, but his release would also free up at least $4 million in cap space.
With the Dolphins win-now mindset and Tannehill heading into a critical sophomore season, it'd be wise to consider bringing in a proven zone-blocking veteran to upgrade the interior.
Out of all the players left on the market, no one fits the bill quite like former New York Jets guard Brandon Moore.
Although he may be best known for his role as the "butt" in the infamous "Butt-Fumble", Moore has been a very reliable guard in the league over the past decade. He earned his first Pro Bowl appearance in 2011 and is agile enough to excel in the zone-blocking system.
For the right price, he can instantly act as an improvement over any of the guards on the current roster.