Miami Dolphins practice report: WR DeVante Parker back on field

DeVante Parker had been out this week. (Andres Leiva/The Post)

DAVIE–The Dolphins got a few guys back on the practice field today heading into the upcoming game at Kansas City.

Here are the latest updates from today’s practice:

–Wide receiver DeVante Parker (ankle) has missed all week until now. He was back at practice this afternoon.

–Running back Damien Williams was out the last three games with a shoulder injury and has been limited in practice this week, but was working in the portion open to the media.

–Cornerback Cordrea Tankersley (ankle, shoulder) is nearing a return after being inactive the last two games. He’s listed as questionable for the Chiefs game.

–Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh seems to be down to one practice per week. He was not working today, but has no known injury concerns.

–Safety and special teams ace Michael Thomas (knee) was practicing today.

–The Dolphins scratched defensive end Andre Branch just before last week’s game at Buffalo because of a knee injury. He has been a partial participant in practice this week. If he is ruled out, rookie Charles Harris will get his third start.

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