Georgia guard, Solomon Kindley, is the first Miami Dolphins rookie to sign his rookie contract, which they agreed on a four-year, $4.1 million deal.
The Miami Dolphins draft Solomon Kindley with the No. 111 overall pick. Kindley will be added to a weak offensive line from last season, but with Kindley and the new rookie’s additions, the team is heading in the right direction. He was a stand out offensive tackle and guard for Georgia last season. Kindley is an amazing run blocker, which will help with the running back duo of Jordan Howard and Matt Breida.
Kindley is predicted to play either offensive guard or tackle for the Dolphins. He is 6-foot-4, 335 pounds, and brings tremendous size to the offensive line. The competition at his position is average, with Ereck Flowers and Michael Deiter being his only non-rookie competition. Overall, Kindley has a chance to be a starter this season and has a lot of upside heading in the 2020 NFL season.
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