Home Miami dolphins With Fuller Back, the best dolphins’ WRs are all on the court – CBS Miami

With Fuller Back, the best dolphins’ WRs are all on the court – CBS Miami


MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) – The three Miami Dolphins first team receivers all trained on Tuesday, a first for training camp.

Will Fuller participated in a walkthrough, his first appearance since leaving camp’s first practice with an undisclosed injury. He was joined by the other spreaders listed with the first team on the depths chart, DeVante Parker and Albert Wilson, who had each missed more than a week of training due to injuries.

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Fuller said it was important for him to start hearing play calls from quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

“I’ve heard him in meetings, but it’s different when you’re out there and actually have to walk into your seat – just drop that rust off hearing a piece of him and play fast. “Fuller said. “It’s going to be a fun year.”

Fuller joined the Dolphins as an unrestricted free agent during the offseason after five years with the Houston Texans. He will miss the New England Patriots’ season opener to serve the final game of a six-game NFL suspension he was assessed last year for violating league policy against performance enhancers.

Wilson is back in 2021 after retiring last season.

Parker, a victim of injury, has led the Dolphins in receptions for each of the past three years, but has only played all 16 games once since arriving as a first-round draft pick in 2015. He has played all 16 games. started the camp on the list of people physically unable to play and was activated. August 2 before being dismissed again.

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Parker said it was good to return to training to work on his timing with Tagovailoa, who has had a solid camp as he prepares for his second season in the NFL.

“We have been working a lot in the offseason,” Parker said. “That’s a big part of what we need, me and everyone else too. And then you saw the difference with him and how he’s been this year.

In Saturday’s exhibition game against Atlanta, the Dolphins were without Parker, Fuller and Wilson, as well as wide receivers Preston Williams, Isaiah Ford and Lynn Bowden Jr.

On Tuesday, Williams took part in his second practice since being taken off the list of those physically unable to play. Bowden was placed on the injured list and Ford was released as the Dolphins hit the 80-man limit.

The team also dropped / injured wide receiver Robert Foster, who received a touchdown against Atlanta, and freed veteran offensive line Jermaine Eluemunor.

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