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The Splash Zone 6/7/16: Are The Dolphins Being Overprotective With DeVante Parker

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Last season, rookie wide receiver DeVante Parker was slowed by a foot injury. Parker has missed two practices so far, but Adam Gase assures it is just precautionary. I think it is smart to limit Parker, no reason to get him hurt. The Dolphins obviously just want to keep Parker healthy so he'll be good to go for training camp.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.

Dolphins being ‘overprotective’ with injured WR DeVante Parker | The Daily Dolphin
DeVante Parker, who was slowed his rookie year by an injury, has been held out of team drills the last few practices. But coach Adam Gase said Parker's new undisclosed injury is nothing to fret. Parker has been healthy enough to jog on the sidelines.

Dolphins Quarterbacks

AC In The AM: Tannehill Getting Plenty Of Help
So much of what the Dolphins did this offseason centered on improving the play of quarterback Ryan Tannehill and we are already seeing early signs that it’s working.

Dolphins Offensive Line

Laremy Tunsil impressing Miami Dolphins teammates, coaches - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Laremy Tunsil's image took a big hit on draft night, but coaches and teammates have been pleasantly surprised by his mental toughness and demeanor.

Dolphins Defensive Line

Jordan Phillips leapfrogs Earl Mitchell on Dolphins' depth chart - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins hope Jordan Phillips is ready to become an NFL starter in Year 2.

Dolphins Special Teams

Koehn Looking To Get His Kicks
The Dolphins rookie handled the kicking duties at Iowa for two seasons, making 12 of 16 field goal attempts in 2014 before going 16-for-20 last fall.

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