Dolphins have guards in for tryouts

Coach Cam Cameron and GM Randy Mueller always are on the lookout for players who could help the Dolphins, either immediately or in the future, and in that vein the team brought in three players for workouts this week, all of them offensive guards.

The three players in questions are Erik Robertson, Nick Steitz and Jeb Terry.

Of the three, Terry has by far the most experience. He spent the last three seasons with the Tampa Bay Bucs after joining the team as a fifth-round pick in 2004, and started one game as a rookie in 2004 and one game last season. Terry is 6-5, 311.

Steitz is 6-3, 306 and he spent time with Washington and San Francisco last season after entering the league as an undrafted free agent.

Robertson, 6-2, 310, is a rookie from Cal who spent training camp with the San Diego Chargers. Like Steitz, Robertson entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent.


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