Miami Dolphins (LIVE) Practice Report #13 (Sunday morning)

Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase talks with Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry at a training camp practice in Davie. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

Here are some observations from Sunday morning’s Miami Dolphins practice:

• Offensive tackle Ja’Wuan James (shoulder), linebacker Neville Hewitt (shoulder), defensive back Walt Aikens (back) and wide receivers Leonte Carroo (hamstring) and Jordan Westerkamp (hamstring) all began practice on the side with trainers. Wide receiver Francis Owusu (knee) and safety Nate Allen were sidelined.

• Running back Jay Ajayi (concussion) began practice in full pads and helmet. Ajayi is still in the concussion protocol. However Ajayi was running routes and caught a long pass from Jay Cutler. Ajayi also participated in 11-on-11.

• Center Mike Pouncey (hip) was not working with the offensive linemen in drills.

• Davon Godchaux is still running first team at defensive tackle, ahead of Jordan Phillips.

• Jay Cutler took first-team snaps ahead of Matt Moore.

• Jay Cutler 2-for-3 on red zone attempts to Jarvis Landry. It’s clear Cutler is trying to develop timing with Landry.

• Near the end of practice, Jay Ajayi walked off the field with a trainer. It’s possible Ajayi had just put in his work for the day.

• Guard Isaac Asiata received from first-team reps at guard.

• Davon Godchaux continues to impress with a tackle for loss late in practice. And his rookie classmate Vincent Taylor continues to show improvement.

• Drew Morgan dropped a short pass.

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