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The Splash Zone 5/27/17: Leonte Carroo’s Spot Not Guaranteed

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After trading up for Leonte Carroo last year, the wide receiver may not even make the team this season. Though Carroo is the leading receiver for the No.4 spot, the draft pedigree may not be enough as the other receivers, such as Jakeem Grant, may push Carroo out. The former third round pick was a disappointment last season, so fans can only hope he has improved.

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

Dolphins may cut Leonte Carroo a year after trading up for him | ProFootballTalk
Last year, the Dolphins traded a third-round pick, a fourth-round pick and a sixth-round pick to the Vikings to acquire Minnesota's third-round draft pick, which Miami used on receiver Leonte Carroo. Obviously, the Dolphins thought highly of Carroo's talents to make a trade like that.


Dolphins Quarterbacks

Miami Dolphins’ Ryan Tannehill’s knee ‘100 percent’ (and his arm looks good, too) | The Daily Dolphin
It had been months since the public heard from Ryan Tannehill, and even longer since he’d been seen throwing a meaningful pass. So when he stepped behind the lectern Thursday, he was understandably asked about the injury to his left knee that ended his season.


Dolphins Offensive Line

Miami Dolphins OT Laremy Tunsil proud to protect the blind side | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — At the very end of a press conference on Thursday afternoon, the Miami Dolphins' newest starting left tackle acknowledged that, yes, playing left tackle is a special role, with special responsibility. Laremy Tunsil embraces it.


Dolphins Defensive Line

2017 Miami Dolphins: DE Andre Branch entrenches himself as leader
2017 Miami Dolphins: DE Andre Branch entrenches himself as leader


Dolphins Offseason

10 things we learned from Week 1 of Dolphins' OTA practices - Sun Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins wrapped up the first week of the team’s organized team activities Thursday. They’ll be back on the field Tuesday for another three days of OTAs, but before that, here’s a look at what we’ve learned so far:

AC in the AM: Impressions After First Week Of OTAs
Here's what stood out after the first week of OTAs.

Miami Dolphins' Tannehill evolves; practice views; Dolphins notes | Miami Herald
Ryan Tannehill has evolved in under-the-radar ways that are important.


Phinsider News You May Have Missed

The Splash Zone 5/26/17: Ryan Tannehill Says ACL Is Fully Healed - The Phinsider
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.

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The resurrection of Phinsider Mailbag - The Phinsider
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Dolphins OTA reports: Tannehill’s knee appears healthy, QB ready to go - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins have completed their first set of Organized Team Activities for the 2017 season, a three-day period that ran from Tuesday through Thursday this week. The team will be back for...

Get Your Cheer On? Dolphins Cheerleader Auditions are Coming... - The Phinsider
What does it take to make the Miami Dolphins cheerleading squad? And is it worth the cost?

Miami Dolphins depth: How defensive end, wide receiver, and a surprise position could be the deepest on the team - The Phinsider
We can argue that both WR and DE are the two positions with the most depth, but here is a case for the third.