Data Scout Notes: 2015: NAC...Coming off 2015 Suspension/Suspended First Seven Games/Improper Benefits...PLombardi/POutland/P1stM...Case/Charges Dismissed...06-27-15 - Arrested & charged with domestic violence against his stepfather...2014: (+) Coming off Dec 2014 Leg INJ/2ndC...POutland/P1stM...2013: NAC/2ndM
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08/21/16 - LG Laremy Tunsil, the first-round pick from Mississippi, made his first start against Dallas and seemed to fare well. "It's going to be a process, transferring from (offensive) tackle to (offensive) guard is going to be a process," he said. "That's why I stay in the meeting room and listen to my coaches every day and try to get better."
08/14/16 - LG Laremy Tunsil, the No. 13 overall pick from Mississippi this year, has not overtaken incumbent LG Dallas Thomas for the starting job, as was expected. That is especially surprising because Thomas was among the lowest-rated starting guards in the NFL last season, for those who accept the ratings of ProFootballFocus.com. "He's got a lot to learn," coach Adam Gase said of Tunsil, who is making the move from left tackle to left guard. "We need him to keep getting better. His thing is, it's new for him."
08/09/16 - LG Laremy Tunsil, the No. 13 pick of the draft, is still playing mostly with the second team, behind starter Dallas Thomas. But Tunsil, a left tackle throughout college and high school, seems to be getting more comfortable at his new position. Anecdotal evidence from practice shows Tunsil more certain in his movements, knowing where linemen are attacking and providing help.
06/16/16 - G-T Laremy Tunsil continues working with the second team, for the most part. Head coach Adam Gase reiterated during minicamp Tunsil won't be gifted a starting job. Tunsil, the No. 13 pick from Mississippi, seems to be battling Dallas Thomas for the starting left-guard job.
06/09/16 - G/T Laremy Tunsil has been impressive so far, according to teammates and coaches.
"We don't need to start making a (Hall-of-Fame) bust yet or anything because we haven't put pads on," offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen said, "but as far as this phase, he's been exceptional."
Tunsil, who has been alternating between left guard and left tackle, has been humble, workmanlike and inquisitive, according to those who see him every day.
And, apparently, he can play.
"It's crazy how athletic he is," guard-center Jamil Douglas said.
"He's a strong kid," right tackle Ja'Wuan James said. "A good kid, too."
Tunsil, the No. 13 pick from Mississippi, is trying to deflect praise and focus on the switch from left tackle in college to left guard in the NFL.
"It's all a process," he said. "Coming from playing tackle to moving to guard it's not that different at all. You're going against great guys. The set is kind of different, but, hey, I'm here to help the team in any kind of way, like I said before.
"I'm happy to be playing guard, tackle, it really doesn't matter to me."