Adam Gase has his starter at left guard. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)
DAVIE — Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase announced the team’s starting offensive line on Monday.
The biggest drama was at left guard, where Gase said Anthony Steen has beaten out Jesse Davis.
Laremy Tunsil-Anthony Steen-Mike Pouncey-Jermon Bushrod-Ja’Wuan James is the first-team unit.
Steen played in 15 games last season, with seven starts at center.
Davis, like Steen, was undrafted, is a bigger and more athletic player.
But the Dolphins will go with Steen’s experience in the opener against Tampa Bay.
“Steen has really come through for us,” Gase said Monday of his performance in 2016.
The Dolphins also moved guard Ted Larsen to injured reserve, where he’ll miss at least the first eight games of the season with a biceps injury, and re-signed offensive tackle Sam Young.
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