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August 01, 2011

Colombo signs with Miami

Former Cowboys right tackle Marc Colombo didn't take long to find a new home. Released by the Cowboys on Thursday, he signed with the Dolphins on Monday. Colombo joins his former offensive line coach Tony Sparano, now the head coach with the Dolphins. He will compete with Vernon Carey for the starting job and adds insurance for the Dolphins, who have starting left tackle Jake Long on the physically unable to perform list.

-- Charean Williams


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