The headline from Day 2 of training camp was Raekwon McMillan. The rookie second round pick was working with the first team defense and received all the snaps at middle linebacker. Mike Hull worked the middle on Day 1, which is also interesting considering the team really likes Hull too. Kiko Alonso aided McMillan as the two were both helping each other make defensive calls.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Dolphins camp Day 2: Raekwon McMillan makes first-team debut; PLUS other quikie practice notes | Miami Herald
Another day and another linebacker combo was working with the Miami Dolphins first-team defense Friday.
Miami Dolphins' 'offensive arsenal' ranked No. 3 in NFL | Miami Herald
ESPN ranks the NFL’s 32 teams based on their running backs, wide receivers and tight ends, and the Dolphins’ collection checks in at a lofty No. 3 — big respect for a team seldom on the national radar.
Dolphins Running Backs
Jay Ajayi says his role is to be a Miami Dolphins leader | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Before the first game of last season, Jay Ajayi was told he wasn't going to dress for the season-opener and the running back reacted so poorly first-year coach Adam Gase left him home. As Ajayi begins his second season under Gase, everything has changed.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Kenny Stills sees Dolphins running pristine offense in training camp | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE—Despite a strong performance by the defense this morning, the Dolphins’ offense has made it look pretty easy the first two days of training camp. Unlike last year, when many new players were learning a new offense under new coach Adam Gase, everything is familiar this summer.
Dolphins Tight Ends
Julius Thomas shares his appreciation for art
The next Picasso or Michelangelo might be on the Dolphins offense.
Dolphins Training Camp
Miami Dolphins pleased with top two picks; Dolphins personnel notes | Miami Herald
The Dolphins soon will get a look at Charles Harris and Raekwon McMillan in pads. They like what they’ve seen so far.
NFL career ended in an instant, Isa Abdul-Quddus feels like a winner because ‘it could have been a lot worse’ | Miami Herald
Ask him who is wearing No. 24 on the Miami Dolphins this year and Isa Abdul-Quddus smiles because he wore that number last year and knows it won’t be assigned to anyone, even after he was cut from the team in March.
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