The Dolphins have been slowly transitioning Laremy Tunsil into a starting offensive lineman. Many fans and reporters have been flabbergasted as to why Dallas Thomas is starting over Tunsil. Tunsil saw the most snaps of any Dolphin player last week and has been seeing plenty of time with the first team offense this week. All signs indicate that Tunsil could be the starter on Friday. As I have been saying, Tunsil will be the Dolphins starting left guard after the preseason.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Laremy Tunsil on the cusp on starting role versus Cowboys | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The plan with Laremy Tunsil has been to bring him along slooowly because coach Adam Gase wants to build within the rookie left guard a solid foundation the team can feel confident about this year and years in the future....
Dolphins Running Backs
Arian Foster says confidence is back after Achilles tear | ProFootballTalk
The Dolphins plan to give running back Arian Foster his first playing time of the preseason against the Cowboys on Friday night and Foster said Wednesday that his return to the field comes as his confidence in his health has returned.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Miami Dolphins rookie WR Jakeem Grant aims to build on early success - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Jakeem Grant has delivered some strong performances in camp, but knows he must keep working on protecting the football on receptions and kick returns.
Dolphins WR coach Shawn Jefferson gets in the mix with his players - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Shawn Jefferson's intensity level was on display Tuesday, when he wore shoulder pads and participated in a contract drill with his receivers.
Miami Dolphins Training Camp Awards - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
With Dolphins camp wrapping up, it's time to hand out awards for some of the best of camp (D-line) and worst of camp (Dion Jordan).
Dolphins pushing hard for more from tight ends; LB on radar; Marlins on Tebow; Spoelstra's message; UM battle | Sports Buzz
TUESDAY NIGHT BUZZ COLUMN Already blessed with the NFL’s most destructive tight end in Rob Gronkowski, the New England Patriots further strengthened themselves at the position by trading for Marcellus Bennett, giving them two tight ends who combined last season for 125 receptions and 1615 yards. If the Dolphins get...
Phinsider News You Have Missed
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Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The Phinsider
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Dolphins sell naming rights to Hard Rock International - The Phinsider
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Miami Dolphins training camp 2016 live updates and chat: August 17 - The Phinsider
One of the most anticipated periods of the year is when the Miami Dolphins open training camp, allowing fans to come watch the team. Sadly, that period does not last very long, and on Wednesday, it...
Dolphins express interest in veteran linebacker Stephen Tulloch - The Phinsider
According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Miami Dolphins have expressed interest in free-agent middle linebacker, Stephen Tulloch this offseason. The Miami native was released by the...
Dolphins waive/injured Farrington Huguenin - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins made a roster move on Tuesday night.
Fights dominate Wednesday’s final Dolphins training camp practice - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins ended their 2016 training camp with a hard fought practice. Or maybe it was a practice in which they fought hard. The day featured three fights during the workout, probably...
Hard Rock Stadium announcement ceremony exactly how you would picture a Hard Rock announcement - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins and Hard Rock International officially announced the naming rights agreement that will change the name of the former Joe Robbie Stadium, former Pro Player Park, former Pro Player...