Malik Hooker?'s career began with plenty of promise, starting with a first-round selection out of Ohio State and continuing with three interceptions in his first seven professional games.

The way that 2017 rookie campaign closed, though, became the predominant theme of his time with the Colts. Hooker suffered a season-ending injury in his seventh game, and he's never quite been the same defensive back since. Hooker walked from Indianapolis via free agency this offseason, and after a quiet free agency, he remains unsigned. That could change soon.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Hooker is visiting the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday.

Hooker has seven career interceptions, recording two in each of his second and third professional seasons, but his final campaign with Indianapolis lasted just two games due to a season-ending torn Achilles.