The Miami Dolphins competition across the offensive line could be one of the best training camp competitions to watch this year.
Traditionally, the Dolphins keep eight or nine offensive linemen and this year shouldn’t be much different but there is good talent across the board and that is going to make for some very interesting cuts. So far, our predictions are two quarterbacks, four running backs, and four tight ends. Three players are on special teams and Nick Belotto predicted the 25 men on defense earlier this week. Is there room for an additional lineman? I think there might be a reason to keep 10 this year but the numbers may not work out.
Robert Hunt: Hunt will move inside to guard and that is a good position for him. He is embracing the opportunity and some have said the Dolphins believe he can develop into a Pro Bowl-caliber guard at some point.
Solomon Kindley: Kindley,…