Still on the open free agent market with freedom to choose a new team, safety Ryan Clark made his first visit since becoming a free agent on Sunday and the destination was the Miami Dolphins, who released safety Gibril Wilson on Friday after one disappointing season to both sides.
Clark has spent the past four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, helping them win the Super Bowl in 2009. Before putting on the Steelers jersey, he played two seasons with the Washington Redskins and the previous two with the New York Giants. During his eight-season career, the veteran has had totally 75 starts and eight interceptions. He made three interceptions for the Steelers last year, and one of it was made to seal a win over the Dolphins.
Before Clark’s visit, the Dolphins have already signed linebacker Karlos Dansby from the open market to bolster their defense. But I guess if affordable, they would not mind also having Clark, who is also the pursuit of seven other teams, on their defense.