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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 4/29/12

Just so you guys look at my post...I am posting a picture of our greatest draft pick.
Just so you guys look at my post...I am posting a picture of our greatest draft pick.

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


Jeff Ireland knows Dolphins need impact players in 2012 draft - South Florida
Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland hopes he's hit a few home runs with his nine draft picks


Andy Cohen: Tannehill Looks And Talks Like A Winner
You want a first impression? Ryan Tannehill is smooth. He is confident. He is poised. He knows what to say and how to say it. He brings with him a presence that successful quarterbacks need to have. A sense of confidence, a feeling that, if needed, you can take a ride on his back all the way to victory.

Familiar fit for Miami Dolphins’ Ryan Tannehill - Miami Dolphins -
Top pick Ryan Tannehill already is well-versed in the Dolphins playbook with former Texas A&M coach Mike Sherman as his offensive coordinator.

For Miami Dolphins’ Ryan Tannehill, it all comes down to receivers - Armando Salguero -
On Saturday morning, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross held up quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s new jersey and, as he handed it to the team’s first-round pick, asked if No. 17 is also the number Tannehill wore in college.


Miami Dolphins use later draft rounds to bolster West Coast offense - Miami Dolphins -
The Dolphins selected UM running back Lamar Miller and two receivers in Rounds 4 through 7 of the draft.

Dolphins Select RB Miller In Fourth Round
Sticking close to home, the Miami Dolphins went with another University of Miami player with their first pick of the last day of the 2012 NFL Draft, trading up six spots with the San Francisco 49ers to take speedy running back Lamar Miller 97th overall.

Dolphins Take LB Kaddu In Fifth Round
After staying put on Thursday and Friday, the Miami Dolphins became active on the trade front in the draft today for the second time, moving out of the 145th overall pick in the fifth round to move down 10 spots.

Dolphins Take WR Cunningham In Sixth Round
There is no telling if wide receiver B.J. Cunningham out of Michigan State was specifically targeted in the sixth round by the Miami Dolphins yesterday when they acquired San Diego’s sixth-round pick to allow the Chargers to move up, but he is now part of the mix.

Dolphins Take DT Randall And WR Matthews In Seventh Round
The Miami Dolphins wrapped up the day and the 2012 NFL Draft with two picks in the seventh round, taking defensive tackle Kheeston Randall from Texas with the 215th overall pick and wide receiver/return specialist Rishard Matthews out of Nevada with the 227th overall pick.


Please check the archives. Too many good stories to add to here.