DAVIE (CBSMiami) – Miami Dolphins undrafted rookie punter Matt Darr had quite a first season in the NFL.READ MORE: COVID In Florida: Disney Now Requiring Workers To Be Vaccinated
He won the job during training camp, beating out former Pro Bowler Brandon Fields.
Darr would end up finishing third in the NFL among all punters with a 47.6 gross punting average.READ MORE: Weeks Away From Start Of School, Miami-Dade & Broward School Officials Desperate To Find Bus Drivers
He also set a Dolphins rookie record with that average, besting Fields’ mark of 43.2 set in 2007.
On Tuesday it was announced that Darr was selected to the NFL All-Rookie Team.MORE NEWS: TPS Registration Process Open To Haitians Living In US
Darr is the fifth Dolphins player in the last four years voted onto the team, joining Ja’Wuan James (2014), Jarvis Landry (2014), Caleb Sturgis (2013) and Don Jones (2013).