Miami Dolphins basic supervisor Chris Grier has targeted on depth and discount signings up to now in free company with acquisitions in former Payments and Washington receiver Robert Foster and former Lions cornerback Justin Coleman. It seems that philosophy will proceed to take priority in 2021, as Miami’s head honcho has signed former Baltimore Ravens middle Matt Skura, one of many league’s extra promising, however dangerous abilities on the place, to a one-year deal.
Skura, 28, signed with the Ravens in 2016 as an undrafted free agent out of Duke. After managing to stay round as a backup for 2 seasons, the previous Blue Satan was named the beginning middle in 2018 following Ryan Jensen’s departure in free company. He began all 16 video games and retained the job going into the 2019 season. Skura was having a profession yr in 2019 when it comes to his blocking proficiency earlier than struggling a season-ending knee damage in Week 12. He was positioned on injured reserve, ending his yr. He struggled to return to type in 12 begins final season and was liable for a number of botched snaps all year long.
Regardless of his tough 2020 marketing campaign as regards to snapping consistency and decline in total efficiency, Skura nonetheless achieved excessive marks in his pass-blocking. Per ESPN, he was ranked fourth within the NFL in pass-block win price for facilities with a mark of 96%, falling simply behind Cleveland’s JC Tretter, Buffalo’s Mitch Morse, and Jacksonville’s Brandon Linder.
This text was written by The Phinsider Employees Author, Justin Hier. For extra from Justin, make sure to observe him on Twitter @HierJustin.