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Dolphins training camp 2014: Live updates

The Miami Dolphins return to practice for their last training camp workout. We keep up with the latest coverage through our running collection of tweets.

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The Miami Dolphins hit the field for their final practice of training camp this morning, with camp officially breaking after Saturday's Preseason Week 2 contest at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  The team has Friday off ahead of the contest, returning to a regular season practice schedule starting next week.

Throughout training camp, the Dolphins have experimented with an offensive line being completely rebuilt after allowing a franchise record 58 sacks last year.  They have dealt with the suspension announcements for safety Reshad Jones and defensive end Dion Jordan.  They made adjustments as multiple starters, including wide receiver Mike Wallace, tight end Charles Clay, and kicker Caleb Sturgis, missed time due to injury.  And, they installed a completely new offensive system.

While the regular season is still a couple of weeks away, and there is still a lot of work for the team to finish, the Dolphins are drawing near the end of training camp.  Soon it will be the regular season, and we will be watching the results of the last two weeks of work.  Hopefully the team is able to put it all together and find a winning season for the first time since 2008.

Be sure to 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 the scrimmage 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.

The practice starts at 8am ET today.