Miami Dolphins waive former Arkansas star OL Ty Clary due to failed physical, per report – 247Sports

The Miami Dolphins waived recently-signed offensive lineman Ty Clary due to a failed physical, according to a report by Pro Football Talk. Clary was one of 14 players to ink an undrafted free agent deal with Miami on Friday.

Clary was a three-star prospect in the Class of 2017, according to 247Sports. The Fayetteville, Arkansas native was the No. 17 recruit in Arkansas and the No. 98 offensive guard in the country. But Clary put on 30 pounds after arriving at Arkansas and turned into a force on the offensive line.

The 6-foot-4, 315-pound Clary started at multiple different positions during his standout career at Arkansas. Clary played left guard in 2018 before shifting to center during the 2019 campaign. He played a career-high 767 snaps. But then in 2020, Clary moved to right guard and played some tackle during the 2021 season. Clary was an impactful run-blocker for the Hogs, but he was a solid pass-protector during his tenure too.

Clary finished as a five-year letterman and four-year starter at Arkansas. He played in 52 career games with 39 starts. He made 23 starts at center, 11 at right guard, three at right tackle and two at left guard. Clary’s versatility was very inviting for the Dolphins as they look to build a rock-solid offensive line for Tua Tagovailoa. Clary might have been cut, but if he’s able to get healthy, a reunion with Miami could be in the cards.

Miami signed Clary alongside Nebraska defensive lineman Ben Stille, Minnesota offensive lineman Blaise Andries, Illinois defensive lineman Owen Carney, Idaho State tight end Tanner Conner, Arizona State offensive lineman Kellen Diesch, Louisiana Tech cornerback Elijah Hamilton, Florida International punter Tommy Heatherly, Miami linebacker Deandre Johnson, Texas A&M-Commerce cornerback Kader Kohou, Oregon safety Verone McKinley, Ole Miss wide receiver Braylon Sanders, South Carolina running back ZaQuandre White and Virginia Tech defensive lineman Jordan Williams.

Stille finished his stellar Nebraska career as one of the most decorated players in the program’s history. Stille redshirted in 2016 before becoming an integral part of Nebraska’s defensive line for each of the next five years. Stille played in 53 games and earned 34 starts. He racked up 148 career tackles, including 14.5 sacks, seven passes defensed and one forced fumble. Stille was named honorable mention All-Big Ten in both 2020 and 2021.

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“My goal coming back was to be more consistent running and passing wise and I think I accomplished that,” Stille said, via Husker247’s Michael Bruntz. “It is a never-ending process, so I have to just keep working. That is why I love this sport — just perfecting the details. Going forward I do not have a lot of things figured out. My focus was on the season regardless of what are record was and defeating Iowa. I got a lot of things to figure out next level-wise in the coming weeks.”