He's still working out, "waiting for a call that will likely never come". This is the kid Simon profiled pre-draft as a good tackle prospect who made the mistake of having sexual relations with a relative as a teenager. No team will touch him as he is toxic to public image. But with how bad our depth at tackle is looking, and with this kid still out there, I wish we would consider brining him in for a look. Heck, we could hook him up with a good therapist too. Here's an ESPN write-up on Washington from August 31st, just a couple of weeks ago. It is a HUGE article and I posted a bunch of excerpts, but the article is about 10 times as long as this and I highly recommend reading it... http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=5497517 Honestly, it reminds me of Ricky Williams' story at first... but then it just keeps getting so much worse. He's like Michael Oher from "The Blindside" if a family HADN'T saved him from his siutation. Perhaps a teammate like Williams, with sexual molestation in his background, would be a good mentor for this kid. I don;t know if the Dolphins interviewed this kid at the combine, but it sounds lik he would be great for this team, and that the team would be great for him, as it could help him really continue healing and growing as a man. Who doesn;t like a redemption story? I wonder if the fear is that he still loves his sister more than platonically? Anyways, this is all a PR issue. I think we've shown we will step beyond PR lines at times (Incognito, Brandon Marshall to an extent). But this is WAY outside the lines. Should we be brave enough to sign this kid?????