Grier will have to use his salary cap shoehorn to fit him in if we are interested as we have $13 mil in salary cap space but 4 rookies to sign. My guess is that he was just in for a look and to see where he is physically.
Adam Beasley wrote:
The Miami Dolphins might not be done adding to the league’s No. 4 scoring defense. Edge defender Melvin Ingram is in for a free agent visit Monday, an NFL source tells the Miami Herald.
Ingram, 32, is a three-time Pro Bowler who spent each of his first NFL nine seasons with the Chargers (both in San Diego and Los Angeles).
Ingram, who has 49 sacks and 70 tackles for loss in his career, missed all but seven games in 2020 with a series of knee injuries that twice landed him on injured reserve. As a result, he went without a sack for the first time as a pro.
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The Dolphins have no one listed on PFF's Top 32 pass rushers in the NFL list.
25. Melvin Ingram III, Free Agenthttps://www.pff.com/news/nfl-edge-defen ... nfl-season
Ingram is the most impactful free agent edge rusher still on the market following several seasons limited by injury in Los Angeles. Don’t be fooled by the goose egg in the sack column last season, though. Ingram still put up pass-rushing grades above 75.0 in each of the past two years and has plenty to offer teams as a pass-rusher. Teams such as the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs — neither of whom have representatives on this list — should have interest.