I read this update in January -
The Palm Beach Post mentions Dolphins OT Will Yeatman as a player who could be a starter in 2013 should impending free agent LT Jake Long leave.
Yeatman, 25 in April, is a converted tight end with solid athleticism. Coach Joe Philbin was at the University of Iowa when they transformed tight ends Robert Gallery and Eric Steinbach into quality linemen. Yeatman has bulked up to 305 pounds and is working out in San Diego with offensive line guru Hudson Houck
& I got excited about the idea because at 6'6" 305lbs hes about a perfect fit. & now -
Coach Joe Philbin is "excited" about third-year OT Will Yeatman.
"I’m excited now that we have a chance to really kind of sink our teeth in with him," Philbin said. "I think he’ll have a chance to compete. I think he might have some position flexibility. I think he’s athletic enough. He might be able to go to the right side. He might be able to go to the left side. He can move. He’s a good athlete." Yeatman is a converted tight end, and his athleticism could earn him a prominent role in Miami's zone-blocking scheme - boston globe/rotoworld
Of course Miami should still draft an OT early but Houck and Phibin know what they're doing