After two workouts outside at the Baptist Health Training Complex, the Miami Dolphins moved indoors for some final workouts of the week before their pre-season game with the Las Vegas Raiders.
With head coach Mike McDaniel not revealing who will play Saturday night at Hard Rock Stadium, the players needed to take advantage of the opportunities they had because they may not step onto the court again for another six days when the Dolphins conduct joint training with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Here’s what we learned from the team’s third bootcamp session this week.
orange jersey update
For the first time during training camp, a player was awarded the “Player of the Day” honor for the third time, with Jevon Holland wearing the orange training jersey.
After an impressive day on Wednesday, scoring two interceptions and breaking up at least one pass, Holland got another chance to show his musical flair during the session.
Cornerback Byron Jones is still in PUP and still hasn’t been able to rehearse.
As on Wednesday, linebackers Jon Lovett, wide receiver Jaylene Waddell, Greg Little and linebacker Brennan Scarlett did not participate. According to The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson.
Jackson all reported that goalkeeper Solomon Kendley, safety Eric Rowe and offensive tackle Tyrone Armstead were not training either.
According to reports, all three midfielders were intercepted again on Thursday. Tua Tagovailoa was picked up, again, by safety Jevon Holland, he intercepted Clayton Fejedelem’s safety Teddy Bridgewater and linebacker Calvin Munson brought in a pass from Skylar Thompson.
Jason Sanders continues to beat them
Having paid off all four of his shooting attempts against the Buccaneers, Sanders practically went up on Thursday and tried five more. According to Jackson, he took all five kicks, including the 50-yard attempt when the team was trying to get everyone onto the field in time.
Terek Hill and Brylon Sanders had some great plays
He hit Tagoviloa Hill in a long pass and Nick Needham was close to him. Bridgewater threw a deep ball for Sanders to capture a contested 50 yards.
While Hill’s place on the list is guaranteed, Sanders is far from it. He’ll need to keep making these plays and catching the eyes of his coaches if he wants to see the pitch come September.
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