The Miami Dolphins signed tight end Arthur Lynch, the team announced Thursday. The Dolphins' fifth-round pick in the draft, Lynch previously played for the University of Georgia. He registered 56 receptions for 907 yards and eight touchdowns for the Bulldogs. Lynch became the first of Miami's draft picks to sign with the franchise. The Dolphins open their three-day rookie mini camp...
While Jarvis Landry is a most-welcomed addition to the Miami Dolphins roster as a second round pick in last week’s NFL Draft, the pick that may prove to be most helpful in the passing attack this season is Georgia tight end Arthur Lynch.As one of two fifth round selections, Lynch will via for playing time both in offensive sets and on special teams. The former Georgia Bulldogs...
BY SEAN DONOVANAfter supplementing the offensive line and landing another wideout in the first two days of the draft, the Miami Dolphins set about backfilling the offensive depth chart on the third.The Dolphins took Georgia tight end Arthur Lynch in the fourth round and Coastal Carolina wide receiver Matt Hazel in the fifth, providing depth at both positions and very likely some...
While watching quarterback Aaron Murray, I couldn’t help noticing one of the players he was throwing to at the University of Georgia. Tight end Arthur Lynch didn’t wow me, but he did impress me. At six-foot-five and 260 pounds, he has the size to be a very effective blocker in the NFL. More importantly, he […]
Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties with our recording device, we do not have the audio of the interview. As such, a proper transcript is also not available. We have, however, done our best to provide his answers below. We ‘selected’ TE Arthur Lynch to the Jets, in this year’s OJT Mock Draft—which includes some info on the former Georgia Bulldog. Image: USA TODAY...
No. 23 Georgia was near the end zone all day. Seven times to be exact. The Bulldogs scored just one touchdown in seven trips inside the 21-yard line, their biggest downfall in a 24-19 loss to Nebraska in the rain-soaked Gator Bowl on Wednesday. Georgia (8-5) failed repeatedly to take advantage of opportunities, settling for four short field goals and dropping two fourth-down passes...
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Revenge is sweet for the Nebraska Cornhuskers. After dropping last year’s Capital One Bowl to Georgia, the Huskers took this year’s Gator Bowl battle with the Bulldogs in an exciting game that went down to the wire. In the game’s final minute, Georgia trailed Nebraska by five, but found itself inside the Cornhuskers’ red zone threatening to score. Nebraska made a couple...
I’ve always liked Georgia tight end Arthur Lynch–since early on in his career—and I figured that, with time, he could become a genuine force in Georgia’s offense, if given the chance; he certainly had a line of good ones ahead of…Read more →
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