The Miami Dolphins' spree on this year's free agent market continued on Wednesday, with the new-look team agreeing to terms with offensive lineman Lance Louis.
Louis comes to Miami after a four-year stint with the Chicago Bears in which the versatile lineman started 28 times over the past three seasons. He was Chicago's regular right guard for the first 11 games of 2012 before tearing his ACL and landing on injured reserve.
The 27-year-old is expected to compete with incumbent John Jerry for the Dolphins' starting right guard position. Louis also has previous experience at right tackle and may be viewed as a candidate at that spot as well.
Louis entered the NFL as a seventh-round choice of the Bears in the 2009 NFL Draft.