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Dolphins minicamp reports, Day 2 (updated)

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The Dolphins have two more practices today before wrapping up t heir three day minicamp tomorrow with one more practice.  I'll post the various practice reports as they roll in.  This post will be continually updated.

PALM BEACH POST MORNING PRACTICE REPORT
Highlights include:

-Chad Pennington is attending his sister's wedding so Chad Henne worked with the starting offense and will again in the afternoon.
-Henne "made some nice throws" and "didn't many any bad decisions" in redzone drills.
-Anthony Armstrong beat Eric Green for a long touchdown.
-Patrick Cobbs scored two touchdowns from inside the 10 yard line out of the 'Wildcat."
-There was good execution by the Dolphins on several 'Wildcat' plays.
-Greg Camarillo practiced fully again.
-Sparano said he could keep six receivers on the 53 man roster.

SUN-SENTINEL MORNING PRACTICE REPORT
Highlights include:

-Dolphins hit the field late - possibly because it was a "heavy install session" today.
-Vontae Davis and Sean Smith working as second-team corners.
-Shawn Murphy worked as starting right guard again.
-Pat White connected with Davone Bess underneath for a 10 yard score.

MIAMI HERALD MORNING PRACTICE REPORT
Highlights include:

-Henne was "alright" during practice - "not spectacular but not terrible."
-Pat White "was bad."
-Ronnie Brown continues to be the "triggerman" in the 'Wildcat' - which featured "good stuff."
-The QBs did a good job making the "run/pass" decisions at the line of scrimmage.
-Paul Soliai getting a lot of work with the first-team at the nose.
-The battle for the starting cornerback job opposite Will Allen is "wide open."

PALM BEACH POST AFTERNOON PRACTICE REPORT
Highlights include:

-Ronnie Brown making a fingertip catch at the goal-line following a 50 yard pass from Chad Henne.
-Joey Thomas picked off Henne on a pass intended for Brian Hartline.
-Greg Camarillo "looked quick."
-Davone Bess, Chris Williams, and Brennan Marion practiced returning kicks.

MIAMI HERALD AFTERNOON PRACTICE REPORT
Highlights include:

-Ronnie Brown beat Eric Green on that 50 yard bomb.
-Cameron Wake is very fast.
-Will Allen acting as a good mentor for the young corners.
-Jason Allen had a good afternoon.

SUN-SENTINEL AFTERNOON PRACTICE REPORT
Highlights include:

-Ted Ginn looks "faster than everyone on the field."
-Brandon London might be a bit "stiff" coming out of his breaks.
-Chad Henne connected with Patrick Turner during 11-on-11s for a TD.