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Omar Kelly: Things we learned in the second week of Dolphins training camp

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

The friendly-fire portion of training camp is over for the Miami Dolphins.
After two weeks of practicing against themselves, the Dolphins are headed to Tampa for a week, which will feature two days of joint practices against the Buccaneers and Saturday's exhibition opener.
It should provide the Dolphins a measuring stick of where the team is against a playoff-caliber opponent, one with a future Hall of Fame quarterback in Tom Brady, who possesses an arsenal of playmakers, and a physical defense that is as aggressive as Miami's.
We'll learn plenty this week, but here's a recap of ten things...
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