Pro Football Focus, the analytics and analysis website that breaks down college and NFL players, gave the Dolphins a big thumbs for that selection.
Here are five fun facts on the Dolphins first round draft choice.
The selection of Mississippi offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil was a rare opportunity for a team picking 13th to get a player talented enough to be the No. 1 overall pick.
The Dolphins selected the tackle from Mississippi with the 13th overall selection, much later than Tunsil originally was projected to get picked.
Dolphins General Manager said Tunsil was the Dolphins’ second-highest-ranked player in the entire draft and didn’t expect to have an opportunity to draft him.
Offensive tackle was ranked by CBSSports.com as its No. 1 overall prospect after he allowed only two sacks in 28 career games at Ole Miss.
The Dolphins general manager has a clear position when it comes to the debate between selecting the best player or the player who fills a need.
Life of legendary NFL center celebrated at high school alma mater in Royalton, Mn.
The highlights of practice Thursday included some deep completions, including a connection between Ryan Tannehill and Kenny Stills, and another between Matt Moore and Tyler Murphy.
As the 2016 NFL draft approaches, we look back at the first 50 drafts in Dolphins history and select the team’s best pick ever in each round. In this installment, we examine the Dolphins’ history in Round 12.
As of Thursday morning, the Dolphins were scheduled to have eight picks in the 2016 draft — one in each round with an additional selection in the seventh.
Team releases two wide receivers, defensive back, linebacker and defensive tackle.
We reminisce with some of your favorite current and former Miami Dolphins about their draft day experiences. Today, we catch up with cornerback Sam Madison, selected in the second round of the 1997 NFL draft.