Over a month ago, the Dolphins got the steal of the 2016 NFL Draft. Laremy Tunsil fell to them at No.13 and we all know why. Fast forward to now and Tunsil is impressing his teammates and coaches. As long as he stays out of trouble Tunsil could be one of the Dolphins greatest draft picks.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Laremy Tunsil has done nothing but impress the Miami Dolphins so far | FOX Sports
The Miami Dolphins thought they got a steal on draft night when they snagged a falling Laremy Tunsil with the 13th pick. They believe it even more a month later.
Miami Dolphins plan to play mostly up-tempo style of offense | Miami Herald
The Dolphins want to play fast on offense, including mixing in some no-huddle.
Dolphins Running Backs
Miami Dolphins rookie RB Kenyan Drake brings multitude of skills - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Kenyan Drake is aware of the labels that he's injury prone or an NFL backup, but he's confident in his ability and has impressed at OTAs.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Rashawn Scott hoping to take advantage of opportunity with Dolphins | The Daily Dolphin
After wide receiver Rashawn Scott didn't get his name called in April's NFL Draft, he received "eight or nine offers" from NFL teams. But the former Miami Hurricane knew he didn't want to leave the area.
Dolphins Offensive Line
Dolphins’ Pouncey: Tannehill has been waiting his whole career to call the show | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is entering his fifth year as a starter and he's only now getting the freedom he's always wanted. Center Mike Pouncey, speaking to the media on Wednesday, said Tannehill is thrilled to play in coach Adam Gase's offense.
Tunsil getting rave reviews early in Dolphins career - NFL.com
Dolphins first-round pick Laremy Tunsil's transition to the NFL has been unlike another other rookie's. But as far as on-field work is concerned, Tunsil is making a nice impression on his new coaches.
Dolphins Defensive Line
Phillips Has High Hopes Heading Into Year Two
Phillips started four games of the 15 games he played as a rookie in 2015, and he figures to battle veteran Earl Mitchell for the starting job next to Ndamukong Suh.
Alonso Trying To Get Back To Himself
For the linebacker, it always come back to his health and getting past the injury issues that cost him the entire 2014 season and slowed him down in 2015.
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