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  • Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa: Practice workload limited

    Tagovailoa's practice participation at training camp will be limited amidst ongoing contract negotiations with the Dolphins, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports.

    Tagovailoa's current activity level at training camp is reminiscent of his participation during spring practices, when attended all of June minicamp but missed some time at OTAs. In Wednesday's practice, he participated fully in individual and 7-on-7 drills but only took two snaps in 11-on-11s. Head coach Mike McDaniel said Tagovailoa's situation is "very fluid," noting that the team is "taking it day by day." This offseason, quarterbacks Jared Goff and Trevor Lawrence both signed massive extensions with their respective franchises. Elsewhere around the NFL, Jordan Love and Dak Prescott are notable quarterbacks also negotiating for new deals. The Dolphins thus have plenty of incentive to get an extension locked in for Tagovailoa quickly, both to get the quarterback back on the field and taking reps as soon as possible, and to avoid having to pay a higher price in an ever-increasing market for signal-callers.

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  • Dolphins' Mark Perry: Activated off NFI list

    Perry (undisclosed) was activated off the active/non-football injury list Tuesday.

    Perry will now be able to participate in practices and preseason games. He signed with the Dolphins as an undrafted free agent in May, and in his final year at TCU, he registered 58 tackles (44 solo), four passes defended and one forced fumble across 12 games.

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  • Dolphins' Salvon Ahmed: Activated off NFI list

    The Dolphins activated Ahmed (foot) off the active/non-football injury list Tuesday.

    Ahmed is seemingly healthy once again after spending less than a week on the NFI list. The 25-year-old will now spend the summer competing with Jeff Wilson and Chris Brooks for a roster spot.

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  • Dolphins' Kyric McGowan: Signs with Dolphins

    McGowan and the Dolphins agreed on a contract Tuesday.

    McGowan was let go by the Jaguars in late June, but he has now found his next opportunity with Miami. The wide receiver last appeared in a regular-season NFL contest in 2022, failing to log any offensive stats while playing in two game with the Commanders. In all likelihood, McGowan will be battling with the likes of Anthony Schwartz and Je'Quan Burton for a practice squad spot with the Dolphins in 2024.

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  • Dolphins' David Long: Placed on the PUP list

    Long (undisclosed) was placed on the active/PUP list Tuesday.

    Long will be sidelined for the time being after landing on the PUP list. Once healthy, the 27-year-old should serve as a starter for Miami once again after racking up 113 tackles (64 solo) a season ago.

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  • Dolphins' Tahj Washington: Lands on IR

    The Dolphins placed Washington (undisclosed) on the reserve/injured list Tuesday.

    Washington will now be forced to miss the entire 2024 season due to his unspecified injury, unless he is waived with an injury settlement. He was selected by Miami in the seventh round of the 2024 NFL Draft, 241st overall. In his final season at USC, he tallied 59 catches for 1,062 yards and eight touchdowns.

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  • Dolphins' Emmanuel Ogbah: Staying in Miami

    The Dolphins re-signed Ogbah to a one-year deal Tuesday.

    Ogbah will officially return to Miami after having worked out for the team Monday. The 2016 second-round pick logged 19 tackles (seven solo), including five sacks, across 15 games last season, and he will look to contribute as a rotational pass rusher once again during the upcoming campaign.

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  • Dolphins' Odell Beckham: To start camp on PUP list

    Beckham (undisclosed) is set to be placed on the Dolphins' active/PUP list, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Per Pelissero, Beckham is reportedly "working through minor things and this is part of the plan for easing (the wideout) back into football." Once he is able to return to practice, he'll look to solidify his standing as the Dolphins' No. 3 WR behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. In that role, Beckham may not have a path to steady volume, but if either Hill or Waddle are forced to miss time, the 31-year-old's profile in Miami's passing attack could expand.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 135.8
(6th)
276.4
(2nd)
401.3
(1st)
Def. 97.1
(7th)
243.1
(15th)
318.3
(10th)

Injuries

Player Injury
O. Beckham Jr. WR Odell Beckham Jr. WR Undisclosed
B. Chubb OLB Bradley Chubb OLB Knee - ACL
D. Long LB David Long LB Undisclosed
J. Phillips LB Jaelan Phillips LB Achilles
T. Washington WR Tahj Washington WR Undisclosed

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