The Miami Dolphins move back to their normal practice location, at the team's Davie training facilties, today, after a day off following the annual srimmage at Sun Life Stadium. The club begins this week knowing that they get back on the field in a game situation at the end of the week, facing the Atlanta Falcons on Friday, their first game action since December 2013.
During Monday's workout. the Dolphins will welcome back quarterback Brock Jensen, who spent the early part of training camp with the team, and center Samson Satele, who was drafted by the Dolphins in the second round of the 2007 NFL Draft and played two years in South Florida. Jensen comes back to Miami as the team deals with a shoulder injury to backup quarterback Matt Moore and a potential injury to third string passer Pat Devlin, who seemed to be limping after the scrimmage.
Satele comes to the Dolphins as the team tries to answer the starting center problem presented to the Dolphins when Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey tore the labrum in his hip. Pouncey will likely miss the first month of the season, and possibly more, as he rehabs from surgery; in his absense, the Dolphins have had issues finidng a replacement, with botched snaps being the early storyline from camp. Satele will be added to the competition for the starting spot, and provides the team with a veteran center who can, if needed, be the stopgap until Pouncey is ready to play.
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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 this morning.