- Adam Caplan reports that Martin receives a two-year deal worth $4 million and includes $750,000 guaranteed.
Martin, 26, was drafted by the Chargers back in 2009. He recently met with the Dolphins on Tuesday and reportedly had interest from the Eagles, Lions, Patriots and Saints earlier on in free agency.
Pro Football Focus actually rated Martin as the second worst qualifying 3-4 defensive end last year, but hopefully a move to defensive tackle will allow him to be more productive for the Dolphins. He joins a defensive line that consists of Randy Starks, Paul Soliai, Kheeston Randall and Tony McDaniel, so it’s safe to assume that he’ll be a role player for them next season.