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Breaking down the Miami Dolphins’ options for offensive linemen in NFL draft

By Andrew Abramson - Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

After allowing an NFL-worst 58 sacks last season and running for the seventh-fewest yards in the league, revamping the offensive line has been the Dolphins’ top priority.

They opened free agency signing Pro Bowl left tackle Branden Albert from Kansas City. Then they signed guard Shelley Smith from St. Louis, hoping he can be a full-time starter for the first time.

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