The Miami Dolphins are bringing back veteran reserve offensive tackle Kendall Lamm in 2023 as the team announced his re-signing Wednesday afternoon.
Lamm, who has 87 games of NFL experience, was a midseason practice squad signing last year that was eventually called up to the active roster as Miami dealt with multiple injuries at tackle. He started the Jan. 1 game at the New England Patriots but left with an ankle injury.
Before landing with the Dolphins, Lamm had played his previous seven NFL seasons for three different franchises — the Houston Texans (2015-18), Cleveland Browns (2019-20) and Tennessee Titans (2021), plus 2022 training camp with the Lions.
He appeared to move ahead of fellow reserve tackle Greg Little when he started over him against the Patriots. The Dolphins have Little, Brandon Shell and Eric Fisher as depth tackles who are free agents.
Miami also announced the re-signing of running back Raheem Mostert after news he and Jeff Wilson Jr. were returning as the backfield tandem in 2023 came Tuesday.
This story will be updated.