McCain was cut by Miami on February 12th and, apparently, it didn’t take long for his phone to start ringing. The veteran visited the Buccaneers day later, so Tampa Bay could be among his potential landing spots. The Steelers also want to bring in McCain for a visit, though it may not happen until March. The Titans would also reportedly like to host McCain sometime after the draft combine.
McCain, 29, signed with the Dolphins last March after spending five seasons in Houston and one in Pittsburgh. However, he lasted just one season with the team, as Miami opted to part ways with him last week in order to create $2.5MM in cap savings. McCain started 10 games and played 735 defensive snaps for the Dolphins in 2015, picking up an interception to go along with 39 tackles.
Coples and McCain were both among the potential Dolphins cap casualties mentioned by PFR’s Connor Byrne when he previewed the club’s offseason earlier this month.
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