Report: Dolphins targeting Cyrus Kouandjio in first round

Jason Butt
National Football Post

The Miami Dolphins are in the market for upgrades along the offensive line.

And if the latest report from The Palm Beach Post signals anything, it's that the Dolphins have zeroed in on a tackle to take.

The report states that the Dolphins are highly interested in Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio. The Dolphins hold the 19th overall pick with it being unlikely that they're able to grab Greg Robinson, Jake Matthews or Taylor Lewan.

Even Notre Dame's Zack Martin figures to be off the board by that point.

That leaves Kouandjio and Virginia's Morgan Moses as potential tackle targets at that particular slot.

At the same token, there's still a few weeks before the draft and minds can change as to which direction a team wants to head in. So just because one report surfaces now about Kouandjio, it's not indicative that this is where the Dolphins will head once they're on the clock.

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