Sitton started one game for the Dolphins before ending up on injured reserve and is now on the chopping block as Miami looks to shed salary.
Death. Taxes. Poor interior offensive line play in Miami. You know the drill.
The Dolphins’ efforts to rebuild this team must focus up front on the both sides of the ball, which brings us to the inspection of free agent guard Chance Warmack as a potential fit.
Warmack is on the market after spending the last two seasons in Philadelphia. Warmack, who served as a depth player with the Eagles after starting in his first three seasons with the Tennessee Titans, is a six-year veteran looking for another chance to compete for a starting job.Why would he make sense for the Dolphins this off-season?
Because at 27 years old, Warmack is a former top-10 overall selection (2013) and has not been able to prove he can play with the exception of sparing reps in Philadelphia (he played 7 snaps last year after playing 318 in his first season in Philly).
The Dolphins are looking for young competition in their effort to reshape this roster and a player like Warmack, who clearly has some talent but also brings a chip on his shoulder and a reasonable price tag, would make a lot of sense.
This isn’t to say that Warmack should be signed, plugged into a starting role and Miami can wipe their hands of the position the rest of the way. This roster will need multiple investments at multiple positions and guard is among those positions.
But it’d be a low-risk, high reward signing if the team can unlock the player from Alabama that played his way into the top-10 overall in the 2013 NFL Draft.