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Draft Scout Arthur Lynch News
08/19/15 - TE Arthur Lynch was claimed by the Jets off waivers from the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday. Lynch provides depth at a suddenly thin position for the Jets, who are without 2014 second-round pick Jace Amaro (shoulder) as well as free agent Steve Maneri (hamstring). The Dolphins selected Lynch in the fifth round of last year's draft out of Georgia, but he spent the year on injured reserve with a back injury and was placed on waivers Monday. He had 56 receptions for 908 yards and five touchdowns at Georgia.
08/18/15 - TE Arthur Lynch was claimed on waivers by the Jets from the Dolphins Tuesday (Aug. 18).
08/27/14 - TE Arthur Lynch was placed on reserve/injured by the Vikings Tuesday (Aug. 26)
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Dolphins' picks: Round 5/155 - Arthur Lynch, TE, 6-5, 258, Georgia...Lynch is regarded as more of a blocking TE than a receiver, and the Dolphins seemed to need a pass-catching TE. Lynch (30 receptions, 459 yards, five touchdowns last season) said his receiving skills have improved. The Dolphins have TE Charles Clay as the receiver. Lynch will likely compete with blocking TEs Dion Sims and Michael Egnew for playing time. - The Sports Xchange
04/15/14 - Five players who should be on the Carolina Panthers' draft radar: TE Arthur Lynch, Georgia: With the Panthers expected to operate out of more two-tight end sets in 2014, they recently signed Ed Dickson to pair with incumbent starter Greg Olsen. But Dickson's deal is only one year and using a mid-round pick on Lynch would add instant depth and a long-term option. He has a NFL frame with experience lining up both inline and in the slot in Georgia's pro-style attack. Lynch likely won't separate easily in the NFL, but he's a coordinated athlete who isn't shy about getting his hands dirty as a blocker and projects as a reliable possession target and No. 2 TE on the depth chart. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com