Free agents are continuing to leave the Dolphins. Scout.com's Adam Caplan reports that guard Toniu Fonoti has agreed to terms with the Atlanta Falcons and defensive tackle Jeff Zgonina might be on the verge of finding a new team as well.
Fonoti joined the Dolphins in the middle of last season after injuries hit the offensive line. He had spent the first 3 1/2 years of his NFL career in San Diego, working with both Cam Cameron and Dolphins offensive line coach Hudson Houck.
His departure leaves the Dolphins without four veteran guards who were on the team last year -- the others are Bennie Anderson, Seth McKinney and Jeno James.
As for Zgonina, published reports suggest he already has signed a two-year deal with the Texans, who he visited last week.
Zgonina's departure was expected because of his age and the fact the Dolphins like Frederick Evans as a backup nose tackle and also have a lot of young defensive tackle prospects.