Former Dolphins OL lands in the NFC East

While most Miami Dolphins fans are focused on who could be joining the team for the 2024 season and who have already committed to do so, it’s always good to keep up with some of the players who played for the team in years past to see where they end up.

One former Dolphins, offensive lineman Michael Deiter, is set to join a new team in 2024, as he’s agreed to a deal with the Washington Commanders.

Deiter, 27, was drafted by Miami in the third round of the 2019 NFL draft following a collegiate career at Wisconsin that included two First-team All-Big Ten seasons in his last two years.

The former Badger played four years for the Dolphins, appearing in 57 games for the team and starting 23. Deiter was originally a guard but started eight games at center in 2021.

Last year, Deiter played for the Houston Texans. After starting the season on the practice squad, he appeared in 16 games and started 10 for DeMeco Ryans’ team, mainly at center.

Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire