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Dolphins minicamp reports, Day 1 (updated)

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The Dolphins three day minicamp kicked off this morning.  The Dolphins have two practices today.  I'll post the links to the various practice reports as they come in over the course of today in this post.

PALM BEACH POST MORNING REPORT
Highlights include:

-Greg Camarillo lined up as a first-team WR and made the catch of the day.
-Shawn Murphy worked as the team's starting RG.
-Ted Ginn "got a good bit of work."
-Ronnie Brown got in a lot of work and got to the outside "quickly" on a few plays.
-Matt Roth and Joey Porter flip-flopped sides at times.

MIAMI HERALD MORNING REPORT
Highlights include:

-Too many dropped passes.
-Pat White struggled with his accuracy.
-Greg Camarillo "is running quite well" and caught everything that came his way.
-Paul Soliai got a lot of work with the first-team defense and "looked quite active."

SUN-SENTINEL MORNING REPORT
Highlights include:

-Not only was Camarillo working as a starter, but he didn't even miss a single period - he was a "full go."
-Ernest Wilford having some drop issues.
-Jason Taylor spent the majority of the practice as the second-string strongside linebacker, where he didn't exactly excel.
-Tearrius George wasn't impressive - he's "hold your nose bad in coverage."
-Quentin Moses and Cameron Wake are working as the third-team OLBs.

OMAR KELLY'S TWITTER AFTERNOON REPORT
Highlights include:

-Joey Porter and Jason Taylor getting looks with their hand in the ground.
-Ronnie "looks quick hitting the outside corner."
-Ted Ginn looking "really fast" running his routes and is "catching everything."
-Brandon London not showing much yet.
-Anthony Armstrong getting time with the second-team offense.

EDGAR THOMPSON'S TWITTER AFTERNOON REPORT
Highlights include:

-Patrick Turner outplaying Brandon London.
-Greg Camarillo and Davone Bess "don't drop anything."
-Ted Ginn is beating people deep.

MIAMI HERALD AFTERNOON REPORT
Highlights include:

-Pennington to Ginn for a 50 yard touchdown down the sideline.
-Chad Henne missed a wide open Brian Hartline down the seem, overthrowing him.
-On passing down, early indications are that it will be Joey Porter and Jason Taylor standing up at each end while Phillip Merling and Randy Starks man the middle as the 4-man front.
-Eric Green "didn't look great" today.
-Ginn, Bess, and Chris Williams getting reps today as punt returners.