Miami Dolphins select Southern Miss CB Cornell Armstrong in sixth round

Adjust Comment Print

A career not short on early lows continues to rocket towards the highest of highs as Penn State tight end Mike Gesicki was drafted 42nd overall by Miami Dolphins in the second round of the NFL Draft on Friday night.

The Smythe pick was announced by Johanna Feis, the sister of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School assistant football coach Aaron Feis, who was among the 17 victims of the shooting at the school February 14.

There had been speculation Miami might devote its first-round pick to a quarterback for only the second time since 1984, but four QBs were taken in the top 10 picks.

Cornerback Denzel Ward was selected by the Cleveland Browns with the No. 4 overall pick, while defensive end Tyquan Lewis was chosen by the Indianapolis Colts at No. 64, a pick obtained in a trade with Cleveland.

1-day poll on May 14
This is the first time in Bengal's history that the fight is between Trinamool Congress and BJP , nobody (else) is there. The notification, which had referred to the apex court order, however, was withdrawn by the SEC on April 10 morning.

Smythe was one of the more underrated and under appreciated players on the 2017 Notre Dame squad.

He finished his Nittany Lions career with 129 catches for 1,481 yards and 15 touchdowns, including a school-record nine for a tight end last fall.

"I could not be happier to watch Mike enter the next stage of his life", offensive coordinator Ricky Rahne said.

"My athleticism is who I am on the field", Gesicki told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. They join a Dolphins tight end group that includes A.J. Miami now has MarQueis Gray, A.J. Derby, Thomas Duarte and the recently signed Gavin Escobar at the position, none of whom is a bonafide starter. But he devoted his offseason to improving every aspect of his game and became one of the conference's top tight ends by his junior season. Along with his work on offense, Ballage averaged 22.1 yards on 48 kickoff returns at Arizona State.