Tyson Clabo to sign with the Miami Dolphins

You can cross tackle Tyson Clabo off the Dallas Cowboys' list of potential free agents because his agent, Chad Speck, announced Sunday morning he will sign with the Miami Dolphins.

Speck made the announcement on Twitter.

The Cowboys were thinking of potential replacements for starting right tackle Doug Free, if he refuses a pay cut, and Clabo, along with Eric Winston, was a possibility.

With Clabo now off the market -- financial terms were not disclosed -- the Cowboys are possibly looking at Winston as a replacement for Free, unless he stays with the team.