His success will likely spawn a new breed of seam-busting tight ends because the NFL is, of course, a copycat league. This, perhaps, was the Dolphins’ reasoning behind taking Michael Egnew in the third round of last month’s draft.
CBSSports.com’s Rob Rang could see that being the case, believing Egnew could be used to create mismatches for Dolphins receivers similar to the way Joe Philbin used Jermichael Finley in Green Bay.
Matthews, like several others, noticed the up-tempo pace that Joe Philbin runs practice with.
From the Fins:
- Draft prospect Melvin Ingram joins The Finsiders
- Andy Kent of Dolphins.com discusses the talent we have at left tackle
- CBSSports.com’s Rob Rang gives his insight on the upcoming draft
Rob Rang, a draft expert for CBSSports.com and NFLDraftScout.com, calls in to The Finsiders to give his opinion on prospects that might interest the Dolphins in April’s draft. Make sure to listen for Rang’s analysis on Texas A&M QB Ryan Tannehill and South Carolina pass rusher Melvin Ingram.Dolphins.com Podcast More podcasts available on Dolphins.com
The draft expert called into the show to give his opinion about Jake Locker, Ryan Mallett, and the rest of the quarterbacks available in this week’s draft. Tune in to hear Rang’s explanation on why he has Mike Pouncey going to the Dolphins at #15 in his latest mock draft.Dolphins.com Podcast More podcasts available on Dolphins.com