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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 5/19/14

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including a look at what Ja'Wuan James brings to the Dolphins.

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DOLPHINS QUARTERBACKS:

Quarterback Brock Jensen arrives in Miami | The Daily Dolphin
FCS All-American quarterback Brock Jensen is in Miami. Really. Jensen, who played at North Dakota State with Dolphins third-round draft choice Billy Turner, is arguably Miami's most highly anticipated undrafted free agent rookie. The only problem was the team hadn't announced his deal yet.

DOLPHINS TIGHT ENDS:

Scouts Inc. on TE Arthur Lynch - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
ESPN.com's Miami Dolphins page continues its series on providing scouting reports for their 2014 rookie class. On Friday we take a look at Dolphins fi

DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE:

Ja’Wuan James’ skills, character highlights Miami Dolphins’ new prototype - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
In the wake of the Dolphins’ bullying scandal, the team was determined to replace its toxic offensive line with "quality" people — the term general manager Dennis Hickey used to describe James shortly after selecting him May 8. By all accounts, James is just that — and part of the reason the Dolphins took him as high as they did.

DOLPHINS ROSTER:

Bulldog Influence Weighs Heavy On Dolphins Roster " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The Southeastern Conference is a breeding ground for NFL talent. The SEC had the most players selected in this year’s draft with a total of 49 taken in the seven rounds. The Miami Dolphins are not averse to this trend, and there seems to be one school that seems to be infiltrating the Dolphins roster more than any other: the University of Georgia.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins: The Truth About Bill Lazor & Ryan Tannehill - The Phinsider
Bill Lazor was brought in to cure the Dolphins woeful 19.8 point per game average. Lazor has many expectations from the fan base based off of his impressive resume, but what will he really be doing to improve the NFL's 27th ranked offense?