After missing two weeks of practice due to a concussion, the Dolphins offensive star has returned. Jay Ajayi is still in the concussion protocol as he has yet to receiver medical clearance. Ajayi gave everyone a scare yesterday though as the running back left practice with a trainer but it turns out Ajayi was only dehydrated.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi (concussion) returns to full practice | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Miami Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi returned to full practice on Sunday. Ajayi is technically one step away from completing the concussion protocol, but he was very active in practice, including in 11-on-11 drills. Ajayi missed Miami's first preseason game due to the injury.
What Miami Dolphins’ Adam Gase said after Sunday’s practice | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Highlights of coach Adam Gase's huddle with the media after Sunday morning's practice: Jay Ajayi is OK. Left practice early for hydration. Says it's more of a "conditioning" thing for him now.
Jay Cutler must be more consistent beginning Thursday when he starts first game for Dolphins | Miami Herald
Jay Cutler will start his first game in a Miami Dolphins uniform Thursday night at Hard Rock Stadium (unless something horrible happens in practice the next two days) and that will mark the next significant step in the transition away from Ryan Tannehill and to Cutler as the starting quarterback.
Miami Dolphins’ Jay Cutler does not know how long chemistry will take | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Jay Cutler wasn't exaggerating or bluffing. As it relates to developing needed chemistry with his receivers, Cutler simply told the truth. He does not know how long it will take or how it will happen with each Miami Dolphins receiver.
Dolphins Defensive Line
Young Miami Dolphins defenders quickly earning Ndamukong Suh’s respect | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Raekwon McMillan is out but the season still is on. So when Ndamukong Suh looks around the meeting room, he looks for players who can help the Dolphins’ defense be far better than it was last year. And a few young players are earning his respect.
Mike Hull looks to take advantage of opportunity, win Dolphins' inside linebacker job - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins linebacker Mike Hull is being called on to replace injured rookie Raekwon McMillan, but must impress Miami's coaches and decision makers.
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