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The Splash Zone 6/24/16: Laremy Tunsil Not Guaranteed To Be A Starter On The O-Line

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. The Dolphins drafted Laremy Tunsil in hopes that he will be the future at left tackle. Branden Albert is holding down that spot right now and Tunsil must find work on the line somewhere. Tunsil has been working as the second team guard behind Dallas Thomas, who Adam Gase has been praising this offseason. I'm still not sold on Thomas or Billy Turner and I can see Tunsil beating either one of the out during the preseason. You can check out that...

Dolphins' Laremy Tunsil on his technique: 'Everything needs to be in one motion'

Rookie lineman Laremy Tunsil reveals what he's learned during Dolphins minicamp, and why he respects veteran tackle Branden Albert.

Dolphins LT Branden Albert nowhere near ready to give up his starting job

Miami Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert, an eight-year veteran and Pro Bowl selection last season, didn't watch this year's draft. But he knew something was up when his phone started ringing.People wanted to know why the Dolphins drafted left tackle Laremy Tunsil of Mississippi with the No. 13...

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