With Minicamp over here is an overall look at what took place. It will be six weeks before training camp, the next Miami Dolphins activities.
The three days were cut into somewhat by taking off a little earlier than other teams due to heat. And there was a problem with bees taking residence near the practice field on Wednesday causing some disruption.
Late on Wednesday it was almost like a right of passage or an initiation for DeVante Parker. He made a nice play bringing in a deep pass in the end zone. His teammates had to break off celebrations as the swarm of bees already made one themselves.
Many of the same players that stood out during the OTA period kept it going during minicamp. Players like DeVante Parker and Charles Harris for the most part. Both of whom were said to keep the high level of intensity going into he second phase of off-season training. Whereas Jay Ajayi still needs to hone his newly added pass catching skills. And Jordan Phillips who had gained praise from coach Gase earlier is said to be already slipping back into not really getting after it much.
Maybe I’m being a bit of a worrywart but not hearing about certain players performance over this off-season period has a level of concern. Those players are Julius Thomas who could become an important cog in opening up this offense going ahead. And Isaac Asiata who has a shot at fortifying the left guard spot should he become a standout during training sessions. Update: I did see a mention on Thomas for a recap on the whole but missed any during the three days. That came via Andy Cohen of Miami Dolphins dot-com.
It should be noted that Ryan Tannehill…
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