He is a small, athletic guard --- not a mauler --- who excels in pass protection, which could make him a good fit for Mike Martz's offense.
Justin Smiley is also very much available. The Dolphins tried and failed to trade their starting left guard during the draft and are now considering releasing the 6-foot-3, 310 pounder.
It just goes to show, despite the Cardinals signing nine-time Pro Bowler Alan Faneca on Tuesday, there are other guards available who could be signed before training camp. Smiley, 28, is just one example.
Ex-Texans guard Chester Pitts, an unrestricted free agent, is another.
Then there's Deuce Lutui. Remember him? He was the player Tommie Harris punched four plays into a blowout loss to the Cardinals last season. Harris was ejected, of course. Now the 6-3, 340-pounder may be falling out of favor in Arizona, where he could be replaced by Reggie Wells.
Lutui is a restricted free agent who hasn't signed his qualifying tender. According to an Arizona Republic report, coaches and management aren't happy with Lutui's decision to skip the club's offseason workout program.
If nothing else, signing Lutui would give Harris a chance at a rematch in training camp.