What does that mean? Is that good or bad?
That obviously all depends on the health of both Dixon and starting left guard Jamie Nails. If both get through the season healthy, the Dolphins offensive line will be just fine, if not real good.
The one change we do foresee along the offensive line involves Seth McKinney, who probably is too good a talent to keep as a backup. Our best guess at this point is that once the Dolphins become satisfied that Nails will be fine for the start of camp, right guard Todd Perry will become a cap casualty.
At this point, Perry represents a good insurance policy, but if Nails is healthy, he might be too pricey to be a backup.