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7 hours ago Position battles to watch at Dolphins training camp - The Splash Zone 7/18/24
Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Rookies have reported for Miami Dolphins training camp with the veterans reporting next week. There will be plenty of new faces vying for a roster spot over the next month and there will be plenty of position battles to watch. The Dolphins have two veteran newcomers at safety in Jordan Poyer and Marcus Maye. Only one of them will be starting as Jevon Holland is already slotted in as a key starter. A battle that may not seem that important could be the backup quarterback spot. Last season, the Dolphins ran with Mike White and Skylar Thompson, but will they carry three quarterbacks again? You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. 5 Most Intriguing Miami Dolphins Position Battles of 2024 Training CampWill De'Von Achane unseat Raheem Mostert? Will Cam Smith supplant Kader Kohou as CB1? They are two of the five biggest Miami Dolphins position battles. Dolphins Quarterbacks Here's why Tua Tagovailoa is No. 4 on our Dolphins' Top 20 players countdown - Yahoo SportsWho are the best players on the Miami Dolphins in 2024? Our Joe Schad and Hal Habib voted on the Top 20 players. We’ll count down to No. 1 between now and training camp. Dolphins Offensive Line What Dolphins are getting with new center: The good news, the concern and Titans feedback - Yahoo SportsWhat the Dolphins are getting with new center Aaron Brewer. Dolphins Defensive Line Kelly: Dolphins need to be cautious with injured pass rushers, placing them on PUP list | Opinion - Yahoo SportsIf Dolphins executives are smart they will have pass rushers Jaelan Phillips, Bradley Chubb and Cameron Goode begin camp on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list because that’s what would be in the best interest of the team. Dolphins Position Outlook: Edge DefendersSupporting cast needs to step up while Bradley Chubb and Jaelan Phillips work their way back to form Dolphins Offseason 5 Unanswered Questions for the Miami Dolphins Leading Up to Training CampTua Tagovailoa's unresolved contract drama is the biggest concern for the Miami Dolphins ahead of training camp. But it's not the only one. 5 Biggest Miami Dolphins Injury Questions Ahead of Training Camp 2024Bradley Chubb (knee) and Jaelan Phillips (Achilles) are the top Miami Dolphins injury concerns entering training camp. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Dolphins need contribution from rookies - Miami Dolphins News 7/16/24 - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Miami Dolphins training camp 2024 dates: Rookies report today; Veterans to follow - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins are starting their 2024 training camp with the rookies reporting today. The veteran players will head to South Florida next week. Dolphins’ Jaelan Phillips continues to progress ahead of Training Camp - The PhinsiderCould the Dolphins star pass-rusher be ready for Miami’s week 1 matchup vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars? Phinsider Question Of The Day: Draft Steals Edition - The PhinsiderWhat are you all time Miami Dolphins draft steals? NFL roundup: Jacoby Brissett frontrunner to start at QB for Patriots - The PhinsiderA familiar face returns to the New England Patriots as Jacoby Brissett appears to be the frontrunner to start at quarterback Miami Dolphins make two roster moves as 2024 NFL rookie minicamp begins - The PhinsiderICYMI: Miami Dolphins make two roster moves as 2024 Rookie Minicamp kicks off! Your Miami Dolphins All-Time Worst 5 Draft Picks - The PhinsiderMiami Dolphins fans give their all time worst draft picks.
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1 day ago Miami Dolphins 2024 Training Camp: Dolphins make two roster moves as rookie minicamp begins
Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images ICYMI: Miami Dolphins make two roster moves as 2024 Rookie Minicamp kicks off! The Miami Dolphins welcomed their 2024 draft class to Miami Gardens on Tuesday afternoon for the start of rookie minicamp. Day one is usually reserved for physicals, testing, and the essentials, so not much information is released—unless a player or players fail their physicals, in which case the team usually makes an announcement. That, unfortunately, was the case on Tuesday when the team made the following roster moves::: Roster Moves | We have placed S Mark Perry on the active/non-football injury list and WR Tahj Washington on the active/physically unable to perform list.— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) July 16, 2024 According to the team’s official website, safety Mark Perry and wide receiver Tahj Washington were both placed on the physically unable to perform list after Tuesday’s happenings. Perry, an undrafted acorn out of TCU, recorded 142 tackles, six pass breakups, and one forced fumble during his final two years in college. He was placed on the active/non-football injury list. .@tahj_washington cutup | #gofins— josh houtz (@houtz) May 17, 2024 The other player placed on the PUP list was a guy I was really high on and have talked about at length on Another Dolphins Podcast. I’m talking about Tahj Washington. The former USC wide receiver was selected 241st overall in the 7th round of the 2024 NFL Draft. During his time in college, he started 30 out of 39 games, recording 163 receptions for 2,449 yards and 15 touchdowns. Both players hoped to compete for a 53-man roster spot, but it seemed they’d most likely be practice squad candidates. Whatever the case, both players will start the 2024 season on the PUP list. PLEASE NOTE: Active/non-football injury list The injury or condition did not occur during NFL practices, games, or team-sanctioned activities. Players on the active/NFI list cannot practice with the team until they are medically cleared. However, they can attend meetings and partake in other non-physical team activities. If a player remains on the list by the time the regular season starts, they can be placed on the reserve/NFI list, which requires missing a minimum of six weeks. Active/physically unable to perform list (PUP) The Player had the injury before the start of training camp. If the player is still on the PUP list by the start of the regular season, they must be placed on the reserve/PUP list — missing at least the first six weeks of the regular season. Players will count towards the team’s salary cap. (H/T: @JMendel94) What are your thoughts on Tahj Washington and Mark Perry being placed on the Physically Unable Perform List? Do you think this all but solidifies Malik Washington’s spot on the 53-man roster? What about Mark Perry? Do you think Miami can bring in another safety to compete at the position? If you had to pick one of these players to make the roster, which would it be and why?! Let us know in the comments section below!

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