Another day and another linebacker combo was working with the Miami Dolphins first-team defense Friday.
The early morning practice on the second day of training camp marked the first time rookie Raekwon McMillan joined the starting unit. That unit consisted of McMillan in the middle and Kiko Alonso and Lawrence Timmons on the outside.
The first day of camp, Mike Hull worked with the starting unit at middle linebacker.
The Dolphins have promised to experiment with all their linebackers at different positions so the actual positioning of the players is subject to change.
But with McMillan joining the starting unit, that put on the field what seems to be the most likely set of starting linebackers the Dolphins will use this season. The rookie was obviously pleased he was working with the starters.
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