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DAVIE (CBSMiami) – Miami Dolphins undrafted rookie punter Matt Darr had quite a first season in the NFL.

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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.

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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.

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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).