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The Miami Dolphins return to the practice field from their first day off during training camp. We keep you up to date with our embedded twitter list.

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After a day off on Monday, the Miami Dolphins get back to training camp today with their fourth practice.  Once again, the workout is open to the public.  You can find out in the link below how to get your tickets.

The Dolphins held their first padded practice on Sunday, the first workout with actual hitting allowed since the season ended back in December.  Yesterday, we took a look at some of the top performers, and those potentially seeing their value drop, throughout training camp in our stock watch post yesterday, including wide receiver Jarvis Landry, quarterback Ryan Tannehill, and running back Daniel Thomas.

Today, the team will be looking to continue the development of the offensive line, as well as introducing multiple new players, including fourth string quarterback Seth Lobato, who signed with the team last night.

If you are reading this, you probably aren't at the practice, but that doesn't mean you don't have a chance to go to the next one.  You can check out the link to the right (or below on a mobile device) to get all the information you need to attend camp this year.

Be sure to also check out our Training Camp StoryStream, pinned into the first position under the cover on the main page of the site.  We will collect all of our training camp stories in that one place, so you can always catch up to anything you missed.  You can also subscribe to the StoryStream, which will then make sure you get notified of all of the stories as they post on your Facebook wall.

Below, we will run a collection of tweets from the various beat writers covering camp this morning.  Feel free to discuss any observations you make, either by attending camp or from what you are reading, in the comments at the bottom of the page.

Practice starts at 8am ET this morning.