Miami Dolphins training camp report: RB Jay Ajayi still out

Jay Ajayi has missed a week now. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

DAVIE–The Dolphins opened their first week of preseason games without several starters on the practice field.

Most notably, running back Jay Ajayi remains sidelined by a concussion. He has now missed a week, and this makes him unlikely to play Thursday against the Falcons

Ajayi did some light running on the side at practice this morning, which indicates he’s progressing through the concussion protocol.

Here are some other camp updates:

— New quarterback Jay Cutler is not here but is expected to arrive today. He’s not officially on the roster yet. Matt Moore will take first-team reps this morning.

— Left tackle Laremy Tunsil missed Saturday’s scrimmage for personal reasons, per Adam Gase, and isn’t here today.

— Safety Nate Allen is out for the second straight practice with an unspecified injury.

— Receiver Kenny Stills is did some individual drills, but was held out of 11-on-11 work.

— DeVante Parker had a long touchdown catch against Xavien Howard on a fade by Moore.

— Cameron Wake and Ndamukong Suh look like they’ve been given the day off, as has fellow d-lineman William Hayes.

— Mike Pouncey is doing some individual work, but is unlikely to do a full practice. He’s not expected to play Thursday.

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