Miami Dolphins rookie defensive linemen impressing
miamiherald.com / Young defensive linemen who can stop the run or rush the passer effectively - or both - are a valuable commodity, and the Dolphins appear to have found at least two and potentially others.

Skilled pass rusher Charles Harris, the Dolphins' first-round pick, is expected to play about 30 snaps a game, and the Dolphins have been pleased with his progress. Harris has been a diligent worker, meeting about a half dozen times with Dolphins great Jason Taylor for on-field instruction before training camp.

"You see the great pass rushers, those guys have that instantaneous step to get to the quarterback and get him back," Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh said. "It's not about getting close to him and getting him out of the pocket. It's about getting him down and I think Charles has that. I think over time it'll become easier and faster."

But several later-round defensive linemen and undrafted free agents have also made an impression during camp.

Miami Dolphins rookie defensive linemen impressing

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