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Dolphins' WR-turned-CB Tony Lippett ahead of schedule

When the Dolphins selected Tony Lippett in the fifth round of this year’s draft, they knew they were getting a long-term project with a lot of potential. 651 more words


MSU notes: Who will replace WR Lippett?

EAST LANSING – The next Tony Lippett for Michigan State will be Aaron Burbridge. Or Macgarrett Kings Jr. Or R.J. Shelton.

“Everybody thinks they can be that guy,” MSU receivers coach Terry Samuel said. 59 more words

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Recruiting: MSU waiting on WR Corley, other King prospects

Detroit King wide receiver Donnie Corley is one of the top uncommitted prospects in the nation for the class of 2016. The 6-foot-2, 187-pound prospects is ranked the No. 440 more words


2015 NFL Draft: Round 5 Review

I know time is marching on and draft analysis has already become passe but I intend to finish analyzing this draft regardless especially since content is not driven by viewers as evidenced by lack of relevant comments, so let’s finish up this draft.The 5th round was quite busy for our teams, the Dolphins had four picks, the Raiders had two, the Patriots, the Lions and the Jets all traded back in and the Falcons traded up. 1,344 more words


Gholston holding first youth camp with fellow MSU alums

Reggie McKenzie and Jerome Bettis did it for him, and now Will Gholston intends to do the same thing for others in the same place. 573 more words


Tony Lippett 'hero' at Miami Dolphins practice, but still no lock

Before entering an NFL draft that he just hoped would include him in some way, Michigan State receiving star Tony Lippett said of his future position… 75 more words


Dolphins rookie Tony Lippett making quick transition from receiver to cornerback

Dolphins rookie Tony Lippett seems like a long-term project.

He was Big Ten receiver of the year last season but is now making the transition to cornerback — a position he played only as a freshman at Michigan State and in the final two games of his college career. 503 more words

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