Camp Insider: 13 Observations From Tuesday's Practice

  • Wide receiver Leonte Carroo returned to practice after sitting out last week because of a groin injury. Quarterback Bryce Petty also practiced, though he did not participate in team drills.
  • Running back Kalen Ballage also returned to practice, though he remains in the concussion protocol.
  • Wide receiver Jakeem Grant, who was injured in the preseason game against Baltimore on Saturday, sat out practice because of a concussion. He joined the list of injured players, which include DE William Hayes (hamstring), WR DeVante Parker (hand), LB Mike Hull (knee) and OL Jake Brendel (calf).
  • Guard Josh Sitton was given a veteran's day off.
  • In the final practice open to the media, the Dolphins did a lot of 11-on-11 work, with the first-team offense going against the first-team defense.
  • Ryan Tanehill had nice completions to tight ends A.J. Derby and Mike Gesicki on back-to-back plays.
  • Defensive end Charles Harris was very active, as he got to the quarterback on two plays that likely would have been sacks in game situations.
  • Wide receiver Albert Wilson caught a pass and was able to hang on to it despite flipping into the air after colliding with cornerback Bobby McCain.
  • Linebacker Chase Allen had an interception off a deflected pass.
  • Guard Ted Larsen left practice early because of an injury.
  • Defensive tackle Davon Godchaux got to the quarterback for a would-be sack.
  • Tannehill threw a beautiful deep touchdown pass to Kenny Stills in the corner of the end zone.
  • Rookie kickers Jason Sanders and Greg Joseph took turns on field goal attempts Tuesday and both were 4-for-4.

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