The Miami Dolphins' long search for an offensive tackle is over, but they're not out of the woods yet.
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"I'm a pretty tough critic on myself, and I don't feel like there has been any drop in my play," Clabo told Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun Sentinel. "I think I'm going to fit in pretty well. When I first came into the league, I was with the Broncos on (the) practice squad. I know the zone scheme.
"I'm not here to prove anything ... I'm here to play football, have a good time and win. If I play well, we'll have a chance to do those things."
Landing Clabo all but guarantees that a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs for bookend Branden Albert is dead. But the move doesn't solve the Dolphins' core issue along the offensive line. Albert (or Bryant McKinnie) could have stepped into the team's vacant left tackle slot, but Clabo exclusively is a right-side power blocker.
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