Barwin left his visit with the Dolphins without a contract agreement, according to the Miami Herald’s Adam Beasley. However, Beasley reports the Dolphins are still interested in adding Barwin. A deal “remains a possibility", according to Beasley.https://www.lehighvalleylive.com/sports ... phins.html
In Miami, Barwin could earn a starting job. It’s unclear if the Dolphins would use him at linebacker or defensive end, but he’s proven to be productive at both positions during career. The 6-foot-4, 255-pound pass rusher would be among the best players in the Dolphins’ reworked defensive front.
If the Dolphins were to sign Barwin, the move would go against the “rebuild” narrative in Miami. At 32, Barwin isn’t likely to be long-term acquisition. He can provide pass-rushing production and veteran leadership for a young team looking to rise up in the AFC East.