Former Ole Miss standout Laremy Tunsil moved in blockbuster NFL trade
After three seasons with the Miami Dolphins, former Ole Miss standout Laremy Tunsil has a new NFL home.
Tunsil anchored a blockbuster trade between the Dolphins and the Houston Texans. Miami sent Tunsil, Kenny Stills and a fourth-round pick to Houston in exchange for two first-round picks, a second-round pick, Johnson Bademosi and Julien Davenport, according to NFL insider Ian Rapoport.
The two-time All-SEC first-team selection (2014, ’15) was pick No. 13 in the 2016 NFL Draft, falling after the “bong video” incident. He went on to make the Professional Football Writers Association’s All-Rookie Team for the 2016 season.
Full Terms: The #Texans get LT Laremy Tunsil, WR Kenny Stills and a fourth rounder. … The #Dolphins get 2 first-rounders, a second rounder, ST Johnson Bademosi and OL Julien Davenport, per me, @MikeGarafolo and @TomPelissero.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 31, 2019
In April, the Dolphins picked up the fifth-year option on Tunsil’s contract, meaning Houston will have Tunsil for two seasons (2019, ’20) under team control.