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The Splash Zone 7/6/16: Laremy Tunsil's Growing Pains At Guard

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Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

The Dolphins drafted Laremy Tunsil in this years draft after his huge slide in the first round. Tunsil was drafted to be the Dolphins future left tackle and will have to find work at guard this season. Branden Albert will still be the teams left tackle and unless something drastic happens, Tunsil will be at guard. However, Tunsil has been struggling on the inside of the line during the offseason. I'd like to wait to see what the team looks like with pads and I'm fairly optimistic that Tunsil can beat out Dallas Thomas.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.

Tunsil’s growing pains could keep him out of a starting job | ProFootballTalk
Thrilled to have tackle Laremy Tunsil side to No. 13 in the draft but equipped with a pair of starting tackles in Branden Albert and Ja'Wuan James, the Dolphins decided to slide Tunsil inside, where he'd easily win the starting job at left guard over subpar incumbent Dallas Thomas.

Dolphins Offense

Will Miami Dolphins' offense improve on third down and in red zone? - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Executing in the red zone and on third down has become a point of emphasis for the Dolphins, whose up-tempo attack could lead to more scoring chances.

Dolphins Running Backs

2016 Training Camp Preview: Running Backs
With the start of training camp less than a month away, Dolphins.com will break down each position. Today, we take an in-depth look at the running backs.

Dolphins Secondary

Howard Using Size To His Advantage
Listed on the Dolphins roster at 6-2, 201 pounds, Howard has the kind of size defensive coordinator Vance Joseph likes in his cornerbacks.

Phinsider News You May Have Missed

Dolphins offensive line: Better, worse, or same in 2016? - The Phinsider
A position by position look at the Miami Dolphins’ roster, and whether the team is better, worse, or the same as the 2015 roster.

Dolphins land among worst DT contracts by PFF...but not for Suh - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins have become near-mainstays on the various Pro Football Focus worst contracts by position lists, with Jordan Cameron on the tight end list and Mario Williams on the defensive end...