Miami Dolphins practice report: No Laremy Tunsil, Ndamukong Suh

Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh stops Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson for a short gain on third down at Hard Rock Stadium. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

DAVIE — The Miami Dolphins opened minicamp on Tuesday morning without defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, excused for a family matter, and with offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil on the sideline due to injury.

Tunsil was working with a trainer on his right leg.

When the Dolphins opened practice, linebacker Kiko Alonso was also on the sideline without a helmet, but later he joined drills.

Center Mike Pouncey and defensive tackle Nick Williams were also working on the side with trainers.

Wide receiver Rashawn Scott (injury) and undrafted rookie wide receiver Francis Owusu (can’t join the team until his Stanford class graduates) were not present as well.

Former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson was a guest visitor at practice.

Among some of the practice observations from Tuesday:

• Defensive back Walt Aikens intercepted David Fales

• Rookie Isaiah Ford had a diving catch from Matt Moore and later a long TD catch

• Jarvis Landry had a one-handed catch across the middle from Ryan Tannehill

• Julius Thomas had at least one drop

• Drew Morgan had another nice practice

• Ryan Tannehill was intercepted by Tony Lippett on a deep pass attempt

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