DAVIE — Robert Hunt’s possible transition to offensive guard continued Friday, during the third week of the Miami Dolphins’ Organized Team Activities, which leads into next week’s mandatory minicamp.
Even though Hunt and coach Brian Flores won’t specify where the Dolphins envision the offensive lineman playing next season, it is clear he’s being cross-trained to play guard. In his rookie season, Hunt didn’t take any game snaps at guard.
Last season Hunt played right tackle exclusively, starting 11 of 16 games. But the addition of Liam Eichenberg, the Dolphins 2021 second-round pick, D.J. Fluker, a veteran offensive lineman who has typically started games on the right side of the offensive line, has opened the door for Hunt to possibly move inside to guard.