- Jackson adds that as long as things go well during the meeting, the Dolphins intend to sign him to a contract.
This is the first reported interest in Urbik since he was released by the Bills close to a week before the start of free agency.
It’s worth mentioning that signing Urbik to a contract won’t factor into the Dolphins’ 2017 compensatory picks, which is important for them, given that this has been a big consideration for Miami this offseason.
Urbik, 30, was entering the final year of his five-year, $14.6 million contract that included a $3.5 million signing bonus when was released in a move that freed up $1,775 million in available cap space for the Bills.
Urbik is among the best guards still available in free agent, and could end up being a decent depth addition for a team like the Dolphins.
In 2016, Urbik appeared in all 16 games for the Bills and was rated by Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 48 guard out of 81 qualifying players.