Miami could use the help on the offensive line after watching Jake Long walk out the door, as he signed with the St. Louis Rams a four year, $36 million contract.
Second-year tackle Jonathan Martin is expected to fill Long's shoes on the left side, but things are also uncertain on the right. Last year, Martin played there, leaving the door wide open at that position.
Currently, the Dolphins would likely plug Nate Garner in, who re-signed with Miami on Tuesday.
Winston would provide an immediate upgrade and would also let Garner be a reserve, which is more his role since he can play multiple positions.
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