What Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase said after Sunday’s practice

Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase during Miami Dolphins minicamp at Baptist Health Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University in Davie. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

Here is some of what Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase said on Sunday:

• The Dolphins are taking looks at different cornerback alignments. The Dolphins have not ruled out Alterraun Verner as a possible starter.

• Byron Maxwell needs to clean things up and correct his mistakes.

• On Reshad Jones’ reaction to Maxwell’s play on an allowed touchdown at Philadelphia, he’ll keep that within the team.

• Laremy Tunsil and Anthony Fasano were excused for personal reasons.

• The punter competition is competitive. It could go to the end of preseason.

• Verner has been consistent. He’s been a pro from the day he arrived. He’s close and hands on ball. He makes it really tough for the quarterback.

• Rey Maualuga would like to play this week and expected to be ready for the opener.

• Kraig Urbik didn’t want to reveal how bad he was hurting because he’s a tough guy. A possible return would be examined down the road.

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