The Dolphins have a young, developing roster with a ton of upside. The team believes Laremy Tunsil can put together a Hall of Fame worthy career at left tackle after the team traded Branden Albert to the Jaguars. We saw last season what Jay Ajayi can do when he was given the chance to show what he could do, after a rough offseason. All eyes should be on DeVante Parker this season as the wide receiver has flashed the star ability but has remained inconsistent heading into his third year with the team.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
7 Miami Dolphins with extremely enormous upside | The Daily Dolphin
If the Miami Dolphins were built with balance, they would have young, talented, highly-skilled players with gigantic potential at multiple positions.
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Ex-Dolphin LT Branden Albert continues messy holdout in Jacksonville | The Daily Dolphin
Branden Albert was the opposite of a headache during his three seasons with the Dolphins, but he's causing some angst in Jacksonville. Miami traded Albert after deciding it was time to move Laremy Tunsil from guard to his permanent home at left tackle, though coach Adam Gase said the organiza...
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