WR Ryan Grice-Mullen competing for Punt Ret and #5 WR
I don't see him making the team.
Receivers Ryan Grice-Mullen, Brian Hartline, Davone Bess, and Taurus Johnson are working as the primary punt return candidates in Dolphins camp. The Dolphins have an opening on punt returns. If Grice-Mullen is going to push the disappointing Patrick Turner off the roster as the fifth receiver, this is his ticket. Bess averaged just 7.5 yards per return last season.
On January 8, 2008, he announced that he would skip his senior year of college to enter the 2008 NFL Draft, although unfortunately for him he was not actually drafted.
 Houston Texans
Grice-Mullen was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Houston Texans shortly after the 2008 NFL Draft. However, he was released on June 13.
 Chicago Bears
On July 24, 2008, Grice-Mullen was signed by the Chicago Bears. He was waived a month later on August 24.
Grice-Mullen was signed to the practice squad of the BC Lions on September 9, 2008, and was later placed on the active roster. During the 2008 season, Grice-Mullen caught 9 passes for 175 yards and 1 TD. Grice-Mullen caught a 67-yard TD pass in the Lions' season finale.
Grice-Mullen finished the 2009 season with 20 catches for 210 yards and one TD. In late November, Grice-Mullen set the CFL record for longest playoff punt return when he returned a punt for 106 yards in the second half for a touchdown. He was later named special teams player of the week.
 Miami Dolphins
Grice-Mullen signed a contract with the Miami Dolphins on January 6, 2010. The move united with fellow former Hawaii receiver and teammate Davone Bess.
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SI 2008 Analysis wrote:
BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded All-Conference honors as a senior after career-high numbers of 106/1372/13. Sophomore-year totals included 46/770/11 after 85/1228/12 as a freshman.
POSITIVES: Reliable receiver who.s at his best in a timing offense. Solid route-runner who quickly gets into breaks and stays low on exit. Easily makes the reception in stride, adjusting to the errant throw and looking the ball into his hands. Effectively makes body-catches when necessary. Recognizes coverage and finds the open spot on the field.
NEGATIVES: Marginal deep speed and not a home run hitter. Average size.
ANALYSIS: Grice-Mullen has been ultra-productive in Hawaii.s system and nicely translates to a third receiver in a west coast offense.
PROJECTION: Middle Seventh Round
2007 Receiving Statistics
Receptions - 106
Receiving Yards - 1372
Yards Per Reception - 12.94
Touchdowns - 13