DAVIE — The Dolphins signed veteran offensive tackle J’Marcus Webb on Friday, and he was suited up for practice.

Webb, 31, has started 65 NFL games, though only four in his past two seasons. Webb can play both left and right tackles.

The Dolphins really needed to add an experienced tackle after trading away Laremy Tunsil to Houston.

Jesse Davis, who was Miami’s starting right guard last season, may start at left tackle against the Ravens on Sunday.

If it’s not Davis, it would likely be Julien Davenport, who has been in South Florida for less than a week after the Texans trade.

At right tackle, the Dolphins could with with Davis, Davenport, rookie Isaiah Prince or even Zach Sterup, who is currently on practice squad.

Webb, 6-foot-7, 320 pounds, has played for the Bears, Vikings, Raiders, Seahawks and Colts. Webb was coached by current Miami offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo in Indianapolis.

Webb was a seventh-round draft choice from West Texas A&M who began his college career at Texas.

In a corresponding move, Miami placed fifth-round draft choice Andrew Van Ginkel (foot) on injured reserve. The Dolphins have added linebackers Vince Biegel and Deon Lacey, each of whom has had success on special teams.

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