Dolphins have expressed interest in veteran cornerback Leon Hall The Miami Dolphins apparently aren't done shopping for cornerbacks.Thomas Rawls Jersey A week after they selected two cornerbacks in theNFL draft the Dolphins have expressed interest in possibly signing veteran cornerback Leon Hall, according to a source.DeMarco Murray Jersey Hall, who won't be re-signing with the Cincinnati Bengals,Josh Norman Jersey is actively searching for his next team. He recently finished visits with the New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons,Artie Burns Jersey and he could be visiting the Dolphins in the coming days to take a physical. Hall,Connor Cook Jersey a 10-year NFL veteran who has started 105 regular season NFL games and pulled down 26 interceptions, had not been aggressively seeking employment until recently because of a surgical procedure he had done to his back this offseason.Muhammad Wilkerson Jersey The source said Hall, 31,Clay Matthews Jersey is healthy now, and would love a reunion with Vance Joseph,James Harrison Jersey the Dolphins' defensive coordinator, whom Hall played under for four seasons in Cincinnati.DeForest Buckner Jersey The Dolphins envision Hall as a option for the nickel cornerback spot, as Joseph would prefer a veteran play that complicated position.Ezekiel Elliott Jersey At the moment, 2015 fifth-round pick Bobby McCain and Michael Thomas, who started at free safety last season, are the only viable and healthy options to play the nickel spot. Ifo Okomu-Ekpre, who was claimed off waivers from the Browns last month, is also an option to man the inside cornerback spot