The 2016 NFL draft has come and gone, and the Miami Dolphins believe that after a wild weekend they have some of the pieces in place to lead them into the future. Overall, it was a good draft that addressed two of their major areas of...Show More Summary
The Miami Dolphins selected UCLA receiver Thomas Duarte with the 10th pick in the seventh round of the NFL draft, 231st overall. The 6-foot-2, 231-pound Duarte was drafted as a tight end. Duarte turned pro with a season of eligibility remaining. He ranked second on the Bruins last season with 53...
Seeking to add depth to their secondary, the Cleveland Browns acquired cornerback Jamar Taylor in a trade with the Miami Dolphins. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the deal. Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot confirmed the trade. Nate...Show More Summary
Former University of Mississippi offensive tackle and brand-new Miami Dolphin Laremy Tunsil was drafted on April 28 as the #13 overall pick—which would have been fantastic if he had not been projected to be the #5 or #6 pick (he was even ranked #1 by some). Show More Summary
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says his latest shake-up of the organization has paid off in the draft, including unanimity about the risky decision to take Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil.
It's been a crazy two days at the NFL draft for the Miami Dolphins. Now with just one day left to go, the Dolphins will be on the board only three more times. It would've been five, however, the Dolphins traded their fourth and sixth-rounders...Show More Summary
Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil isn't taking his draft-night misery lightly. Tunsil's lawyer, Steven Farese, told the New York Post's Bart Hubbuch the first-round draft pick will pursue legal action against whoever wasShow More Summary
One of these days, Laremy Tunsil can enjoy life as a nondescript offensive lineman trying to make his first NFL team. After missing the start of his introductory press conference in Miami due to what the Dolphins described as an allergic reaction, and then being the inspiration for NFL Players Association President Eric Winston’s criticism of […]
Dolphins coach Adam Gase said during the team’s minicamp this week that it was “very impressive” to see running back Jay Ajayi on the field, continuing a recent trend of confident notes about the backfield from Miami. Early in free agency it looked like they weren’t so comfortable as they made an unsuccessful bid for…
Laremy Tunsil had a rough night at the 2016 NFL Draft, falling all the way to the Miami Dolphins at #13 after his social media accounts were (...)
Despite being drafted 13th overall by the Miami Dolphins with a contract worth an expected $12.4 million, Thursday was a bad day for Laremy Tunsil. CBS News reports the University of Mississippi offensive lineman was expected to go much higher—to the Baltimore Ravens with the sixth pick—which...
After a brief absence due to an allergic reaction, Dolphins first-round draft pick Laremy Tunsil appeared in Miami this afternoon but declined to discuss the issues that arose during last night’s draft. Asked who hacked his Twitter account to post a video showing him smoking a bong while wearing a gas mask, Tunsil answered, “I…
While the rest of the NFL world was still in shock over Laremy Tunsil's draft-day drama, the Miami Dolphins were smiling at their good fortune. If there was any concern over Tunsil's bong video or the Instagram hack that led to the release...Show More Summary
Fans who were hoping to hear more from the Miami Dolphins' newest draft pick were disappointed after Laremy Tunsil was absent for his introductory press conference Friday. The team announced Tunsil suffered an allergic reaction and would be unable to attend, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Show More Summary
On Thursday, March 28, 2016, the Miami Dolphins selected Laremy Tunsil as the #13 pick in the National Football League (NFL) draft. Tunsil's comments after the draft selection will likely trigger additional questions into the Ole Miss football program. But I suspect it will also trigger more questions about existing NCAA rules regarding student athletes.
Is it possible that new Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil cost himself up to $16 million with one tweet?
Roger Goodell ended offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil's first-round slide Thursday when he announced his selection by the Miami Dolphins at No. 13 overall, but the NFL commissioner was unaware of the circumstances surrounding Tunsil atShow More Summary
The Miami Dolphins had quite an exciting first round of the 2016 NFL draft. Thanks in part to a controversial video, Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, considered one of the best overall players in this year's draft, slipped into the Dolphins' hands at No. Show More Summary
Top NFL draft prospect Laremy Tunsil tumbled down the list on Thursday before being selected by the Miami Dolphins with the 13th pick of the first round following a controversial video posted on his Twitter account.
Tackle Laremy Tunsil's surprising slide in the NFL draft ended with the 13th pick Thursday, where he was taken by the Miami Dolphins.