- Beasley adds that there’s “real interest” in his services this year.
The Falcons elected to part ways with Clabo in April of last year. It took a month, but Clabo would later sign a one-year contract worth $3.5 million with the Dolphins.
He appeared in 15 games for Miami last year and rated as the No. 45 offensive tackle in the league last season, according to Pro Football Focus, so it’s a little surprising to hear that a market is already developing for him this early in the process.