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The Splash Zone 8/10/16: DeVante Parker Returns To Practice

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DeVante Parker was able to return to Dolphins practice yesterday after missing the past week with a hamstring injury. The Dolphins offense has been struggling for a few days but with the return of Parker, the offense was able to up their game. It's good news the the hamstring injury had nothing to do with Parker's foot, but he has missed quite a bit of practice time. As I said yesterday, Parker needs to prove he can stay healthy now.

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

DeVante Parker's return helps jump-start Miami Dolphins' struggling offense | Miami Herald
Ryan Tannehill had enough of the Dolphins offense getting pushed around. He challenged his teammates to up their game. They did Tuesday, thanks in part to DeVante Parker’s return from injury.

Dolphins Offense

Miami Dolphins Adam Gase, Ryan Tannehill sees offensive improvement | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE – What a difference a practice (or two) makes. After stumbling and bumbling its way through Saturday’s scrimmage, the Dolphins offense finally moved the ball today, something that was not lost on coach Adam Gase or quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

Dolphins Quarterbacks

CAMP NOTEBOOK: Tannehill Taking Charge; Other Notes
Head Coach Adam Gase said Tannehill had a great practice Tuesday from a leadership standpoint.

Dolphins Wide Receivers

Parker Glad To Be Back At Practice
The Dolphins’ first-round pick in 2015, returned to practice Tuesday after missing a week because of a hamstring injury.

Dolphins Secondary

Miami Dolphins working on chemistry at safety position - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Isa Abdul-Quddus, new to the Miami defense, is building a comfort level playing along with Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones.

Dolphins Coaching Staff

AC In The AM: Father-Son Savor Coaching For Dolphins
Jim and Jeremiah Washburn are both assistant coaches for the Dolphins and as father and son they share a love for the game and an unyielding respect for one another.

Phinsider News You May Have Missed

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Dolphins training camp update: Offense starts to show up - The Phinsider
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Explaining Why Dolphins Fans Really Need to Chill for a Few Weeks - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins are into their second week of camp and still appear to be behind the eight ball, at least on offense. However, there are plenty of reasons that fans should avoid panicking this early on.