Jul 122012
 

When the Dolphins chose not to resign veteran Vernon Carey, it appeared John Jerry would be given the starting right guard job. However, according to both the Palm Beach Post and South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Jerry has struggled in practice and the veteran Artis Hicks is currently the favorite for the starting job. Hicks is heading into his age 34 season and spent last year as a backup for the Browns, struggling whenever he was counted on to play. The Dolphins have also considered signing Jake Scott, arguably the best available veteran offensive lineman. Whatever happens, it’s not a good sign for John Jerry, a 2010 3rd round pick who hasn’t done nothing significant thus far in his career.

  One Response to “Veteran Artis Hicks is favorite for Dolphins’ right guard job”

  1. GREAT, the guy couldn’t start for a bad Cleveland team and he walks in and starts for the fins? 85 gets cut from a chief competitor and nobody but the Dolphins even looks at him and he’s a favorite to start?? Goes to show you get what you pay for… Another long year in S. Fla.

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