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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 4/28/12

Michael Egnew...our new seam threat tight end.
Michael Egnew...our new seam threat tight end.

Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:


Ireland And Philbin Pleased After Two Rounds
Two days down and one to go in the 2012 NFL Draft and the Miami Dolphins actually have more picks remaining than they used.


Dolphins Take Stanford OT Jonathan Martin In Second Round
There is nothing like hearing your name called out by a Hall-of-Famer during the NFL Draft, and that was the case tonight for new Miami Dolphins offensive tackle, Jonathan Martin from Stanford.

Dolphins Pick DE Vernon And TE Egnew In Third Round
Now there’s a hometown angle to this year’s NFL Draft as the Dolphins stayed in their own backyard and selected University of Miami defensive end Olivier Vernon with their first of two third-round picks.

Miami Dolphins add three players, including former Miami Hurricane Olivier Vernon - Miami Dolphins -
Miami used its top Day 2 draft pick on Stanford offensive lineman Jonathan Martin, and also selected UM defensive lineman Olivier Vernon and Missouri tight end Michael Egnew.

Miami Dolphins add right tackle and a pass rusher from the University of Miami
The Dolphins got their potential franchise quarterback Thursday in Ryan Tannehill. On Friday, they added two prospects on offense to grow along with him.


Let’s hope newest Miami Dolphins picks can defy recent history - Armando Salguero -
That terrible truth of the second and third round for the Dolphins is that we can't expect too much because they've delivered so little in these rounds in recent years. So maybe Jonathan Martin will be an instant starting right tackle, maybe Olivier Vernon finally unleashes his freakish potential and yields production, and maybe Michael Egnew proves to everyone he wasn't over-drafted.


Please check the archives. There were a ton of stories that came out yesterday and it would take up a lot of space in this post.

Enjoy the draft later!