The Miami Dolphins are getting some help on the offensive line after reaching a deal to acquire Greg Mancz from the Baltimore Ravens, ESPN reported Saturday.
Mancz, 29, can play at center or either guard position, giving the Dolphins some flexibility along the line.
The Ravens reportedly are including a 2022 seventh-round pick (via the England Patriots from the Shaun Wade trade) and receiving the Dolphins sixth-round pick in return.
Mancz entered the league with the Houston Texans in 2015 as an undrafted free agent and spent six seasons in Houston, starting 28 of 58 games.
The Ravens signed Mancz to the practice squad in January, then signed him to a reserve/futures contract a few weeks later.
Mancz was not expected to make Baltimore’s final 53-man roster.
–Field Level Media