“It felt like a half hour rather than 10 minutes,” Philbin said. “It’s good practice for us and you need to do it, but it’s great having an indoor facility right next to our practice field and obviously we’re very, very fortunate to have it. It was good to get out there and we did some good things with the ball but you could see a couple passes skidded through the hands. Living down here we’re probably going to get caught in those situations so I’m glad we were able to get some work in.”
Some of the die-hard fans braved the elements and did not run for cover, with a few actually taking their shirts off to get cooled down. The players were given a rousing round of applause as they headed inside in acknowledgement of their performance in the rain.
##Wallace turned in yet another solid practice, hauling in a 40-yard touchdown pass inside the bubble from
##Philbin and the team will resume a normal schedule again tomorrow with practice beginning at 8 a.m., inside the bubble and moving outside in front of the fans about 40 minutes later.
SEASON TICKET MEMBER IS FINSIDER FOR A DAY: Michael Jenkins got to go behind the scenes and experience what it’s like being a reporter today after winning the Finsider For A Day contest. He brought his son with him to help out as he followed the Finsiders around practice, held the camera and the microphone and even got to meet Philbin and shake his hand. This was yet another example of some of the special things season ticket members can be a part of this year with the Dolphins.