Miami Dolphins sign former Auburn offensive lineman

Former Auburn offensive tackle Jack Driscoll has been blocking for former Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts. It will be with the Philadelphia Eagles. It is said that now he’ll be blocking for former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa with the Miami Dolphins. These were announced on Monday that they had signed Driscoll. It became an NFL unrestricted free agent on Wednesday after four seasons with the Eagles.
The signing goes on an active offseason for Miami with offensive linemen. They have had problems keeping their offensive linemen on the field during the 2023 season. The right tackle, Austin Jackson was the only Miami offensive lineman to play at least 75 percent of the snaps during the regular season. In fact, even Jackson missed a game.

They joined Philadelphia in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft. However, he played in 54 regular-season and along with a few playoff games with 17 starts.
His primary duty with the Eagles was backing up right tackle Lane Johnson, a five-time Pro Bowler. A few years ago, all but eight of Driscoll’s 172 offensive snaps came in three games when Johnson was dealing with injuries. Driscoll made four starts in 2020, one in 2021, two in 2022 and one in 2023 at right tackle.
It all begin when eight games at right guard in 2021 and one at left tackle in 2022. In the 2023 regular season, Miami’s offensive-line starters included Terron Armstead for 10 games and Kendall Lamm for seven games at left tackle, former Alabama standout Lester Cotton for seven games, Isaiah Wynn for seven games and Robert Jones for three games at left guard. The list includes Connor Williams for nine games and Liam Eichenberg for eight games at center, Robert Hunt for 11 games, Eichenberg for three games, Jones for three games and Cotton for one game at left guard and Jackson for 16 games and Lamm for one at left tackle.