The Miami Dolphins are in need of help on the offensive line, and it looks like they’re headed toward it.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the team is “working to sign veteran left tackle Ryan Ramczyk to a contract extension.”

Ramczyks deal is up in the air right now, but if the team does make it work, it could make for an interesting signing.

The Dolphins are currently the only team without a right tackle on the roster, which is a huge need.

With Ryan Tannehill having missed the entire 2016 season, it seems unlikely that the Dolphins would be willing to let their franchise player walk away without a deal.

Ramcys deal would allow the team to bring back one of their best offensive linemen in the 2017 season, and give Miami more cap room.

It would also allow the Dolphins to add more talent in the draft.

Miami will also likely have to shed some cap space as a result of this deal, as Rapoports reported that they are “evaluating their options with respect to a potential franchise tag or a potential supplemental draft pick.”

That means Miami could potentially use a first-round pick on a left tackle, or potentially a second-round draft pick on Ramczes future.

With Miami looking to move on from Cam Wake, the Dolphins could use a player like Ramczys contract to acquire a veteran left guard or tackle.

With that in mind, we’re looking at the Miami Dolphins offensive line as one of the team’s biggest needs in free agency.

The team could also use help at tackle this offseason, as the team will likely need to cut several players.

One player who could potentially be an option for Miami is former Raiders left tackle Taylor Lewan.

Lewan is coming off a down year with the Raiders, but he is still a capable left tackle.

He is only 29 years old and has been with the team since 2009.

He has made over 10,000 career snaps, and has only missed the last two seasons with injuries.

He can be a solid upgrade over Wake.

Lewans contract is up at the end of the season, which will make him a free agent, but the team could use him as a placeholder for a new left tackle this season.

If Miami does decide to let Lewan walk, they could use the $4 million in cap space they already have to add another lineman.

With Lewan in the fold, Miami could use this opportunity to sign one of its veteran offensive linemen to a deal, which would give the Dolphins more flexibility moving forward.

The Miami Heat have the ability to make a lot of money if they trade for free agent center Hassan Whiteside, which could make this a potential deal worth looking at.

Miami could also look to add a veteran guard this offseason.

With Whiteside reportedly set to become a free agents free agent next summer, Miami would be able to sign either guard to a long-term deal, making this a likely option.

Miami is currently the last team without an experienced center on the team.

They will likely have a hard time finding one to replace Whiteside this offseason as the Heat will likely not be able afford to pay him as high a contract as they could pay a veteran center.

If they want to add an experienced guard, Miami should look to sign former Raiders center Travis Frederick to a longer-term contract.

Frederick was a solid player during his four seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, but had a lot to prove in Oakland.

He only played one year with Miami, but is still one of, if not the, best center in the league.

He will be 34 years old in 2020, and could be an upgrade over Whiteside.

He would give Miami a veteran offensive lineman to complement the rest of their offensive line.

Miami also has some salary cap room, as they have $6.3 million in salary cap space for next season.

Miami may also look into a long term deal for free agents such as DeAndre Levy and Josh Robinson, who were both on the trading block last season.

The Panthers also could use some help on their offensive lines this offseason if they decide to part ways with Cam Newton.

Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said that Newton is one of his favorite players to coach, and he is going to miss him for a lot.

Rivera said during a press conference on Tuesday that Newton has a “great personality.”

Rivera said he would like to have Newton back, but Newton is going into the final year of his contract.

Rivera has had some success in Carolina with their offensive lineman this season, so it would be great to see him return to the organization.

Miami has some other options this offseason that could help them get back to the playoffs.

They could use their cap space to add some veteran players such as former Bills offensive tackle Nate Solder.

Solder is one-time Pro Bowl guard who played for the Miami Hurricanes from 2004-07