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Daryn Colledge signs 1-year deal with Miami Dolphins


The Dolphins have added some much-needed offensive line depth. 

In the wake of Mike Pouncey's surgery for a torn labrum, Miami signed veteran guard Daryn Colledge to a one-year contract, the team announced Monday. Financial terms were not disclosed. 

"Daryn is a proven player who brings a tremendous amount of experience and versatility to the organization," Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey said. "He is a welcome addition to our offensive line room."

Colledge has started all 16 games over the past six seasons (split with the Cardinals and Packers). In fact, the Boise State product has never missed a game, and will instantly add veteran depth to one of the youngest offensive lines in the league. 

It's not clear if the 'Fins will try him at center with Pouncey on the mend, but Colledge's presence might allow the team to slide Shelley Smith over from left guard in the interim. 

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