Camp Insider: 16 Highlights From Tuesday's Practice


Highlights and observations from the 11th training camp practice at the Baptist Health Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University:

  • The Dolphins again practiced in shoulder pads Tuesday.
  • Defensive end William Hayes (hamstring) and offensive lineman Jake Brendel (calf) again were the only two players to sit out practice.
  • Wide receiver Isaiah Ford (shoulder) again was wearing a red (non-contact jersey). Tight end A.J. Derby took part in team drills for the first time in more than a week, though he practiced on a limited basis.
  • Rookie tight end Mike Gesicki again made a tough catch in the end zone despite tight coverage in a one-on-one drill.
  • New Dolphins running back Jeremy Langford, who was signed Monday, took part in practice and is wearing number 42.
  • Players used to return kickoffs in a special teams drill early in practice included rookies Kalen Ballage and Jalen Davis, as well as Torry McTyer.
  • Cordrea Tankersley lined up opposite Xavien Howard at cornerback with the first-team defense.
  • Rookie seventh-round pick Jason Sanders handled the kicking duties Tuesday. He was 7-for-8 on field goal attempts, with a long of 59 yards.
  • Defensive tackle Vincent Taylor batted down a pass at the line of scrimmage.
  • Ryan Tannehill had a 15-yard completion to Kenny Stills on a third down in a two-minute drill.
  • Defensive end Cameron Wake got to Tannehill twice for what would have been sacks in a game situation.
  • Safety T.J. McDonald had an interception in the end zone in a red-zone drill.
  • Defensive end Jonathan Woodard had a sack in a red-zone drill.

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