The kicked off their OTA’s yesterday and we finally have some football to talk about, somewhat. Ryan Tannehill returned to the field for the first time, since suffering that knee injury that ended his season. All reports are he is good to go which is great news as the quarterback was beginning to find his stride in this Gase offense before his season was cut short.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Ryan Tannehill's on-field return highlights Miami Dolphins OTAs - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
As the Dolphins begin the on-field portion of their offseason program Tuesday, here's what we'll be watching.
Teammates says Tannehill shows no ill effects of last year's knee injury | Miami Herald
Reporters won’t get their first look at Ryan Tannehill until Thursday, but the early reviews are in; teammates say Tannehill is showing no ill effects of last year’s knee injury.
Dolphins Running Backs
That’s Jay Ajayi! Everyone’s recognizing this Miami Dolphin now | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — A year ago, Jay Ajayi could walk through an airport unnoticed. Then he ran for 1,000 yards and earned a spot at the Pro Bowl and earned a reputation as one of the NFL's most ferocious, locomotive-barreling running back mashers in the league.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Everything lining up on, off field for Miami Dolphins WR Kenny Stills | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills is entering the prime of his career, and everything in his life seems to be setting him up for the most stability he’s had as a football player.
Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry is confident new contract is coming - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry and his camp have been pushing for a new contract that will raise his salary from less than $1 million in 2017
Dolphins Offensive Line
2017 Miami Dolphins: Eyes on offensive line as OTAs begin
The Miami Dolphins had a lot of offensive line problems last year, but they believe they've patched the holes. Here's a look at their plan.
Dolphins Defensive Line
Dolphins' Suh surprisingly reflective, jovial at age 30 | Miami Herald
Ndamukong Suh is a 30-something. With age comes reflection — and a sense of urgency to make a deep playoff run while he’s still at the top of his game.
New Miami Dolphins LB Lawrence Timmons famous locally for vomiting | The Daily Dolphin
Lawrence Timmons, who signed a two-year deal with the Dolphins in March, has done a lot of good things in his long career. Unfortunately for him, none of those accomplishments are as prominent as the bad day he had against Miami last season while playing for the Steelers.
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