Byron Maxwell has had better days of practice.
He spent much of Saturday, the Dolphins’ first contact session of training camp, chasing his offensive teammates.
DeVante Parker caught a slant on him early. Kenny Stills beat Maxwell on an out-route. And Jarvis Landry turned him around once too.
Those hiccups came in contrast to an otherwise excellent day by Miami’s defense. Dolphins quarterbacks threw three interceptions Saturday, including two by Ryan Tannehill.
But when Maxwell jogged off the field and toward the locker room, his confidence was as strong as ever.
Maxwell, who called himself the league’s No. 1 cornerback last December, doubled down on that bold assessment as he begins his second season with Miami.
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