Dolphins plan to sign OL Aaron Brewer

The Miami Dolphins, through the first few hours of the legal tampering window, had only agreed to terms with two defensive players – linebackers Jordyn Brooks and Anthony Walker Jr.

However, Monday night, the Dolphins agreed to terms with center Aaron Brewer on a three-year deal worth $21 million total, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Brewer, 26, was originally signed by the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent out of Texas State following the 2020 NFL draft.

He’s spent the last four seasons with the Titans, and he was the team’s starting center for the last two years.

According to Pro Football Focus, Brewer was the NFL’s 11th-best center, receiving a 71.6 overall grade (52.5 in pass-blocking and 78.7 in run-blocking).

Brewer will now become Miami’s starting center, as Connor Williams, who filled the role for the last two seasons is a pending free agent coming off of a torn ACL.

Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire