The Miami Dolphins agreed to a one-year deal with former Baltimore Ravens center Matt Skura, agent David Canter confirmed Thursday on social media.
Skura, 28, will replace Ted Karras, who returned to the New England Patriots on a one-year deal Wednesday after starting all 16 games at center for the Dolphins in 2020.
— DEC Management (@davidcanter) March 18, 2021
Terms of the deal with Miami were not immediately available.
Undrafted out of Duke in 2016, Skura played in 54 games with 51 starts with the Ravens from 2017-20.
Baltimore benched Skura last November after a string of bad snaps, with Patrick Mekari taking over as the starter.
Skura said his wife received harassing comments on social media after his play in a 23-17 loss to the Patriots on Nov. 15.
“Please know my family is off-limits when it comes to hateful and threatening messages,” Skura wrote on Instagram. “They do not deserve to be scrutinized for something they did not do.”
–Field Level Media