Miami Dolphins practice report: Offense up and down in OTAs

The Dolphins are in Week 2 of OTAs. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

DAVIE–The Dolphins are five practices into their offseason sessions, and the offense has been inconsistent so far.

There have been times when Ryan Tannehill seems at ease with his new array of skill players, but the offense has also been stagnant for some stretches.

Here are some notes on this morning’s Organized Team Activities work:

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–Wide receiver Leonte Carroo is out for an unspecified reason.

–Cornerback Tony Lippett is also out.

–Defensive end Charles Harris worked on the side with a trainer during 11-on-11 work. He’s mostly running sprints.

–During red-zone work, Tannehill hit Kenyan Drake for a short touchdown on a play-action pass.

–David Fales hit Frank Gore in traffic for a red-zone touchdown. Fales continues to look like the leader to win the backup quarterback job.

–Tannehill converted a 4th-and-3 on a completion to DeVante Parker, then followed with another pass to Parker in the hurry-up offense.

–Tannehill had a pass deflected at the line of scrimmage that ended up in Kiko Alonso’s hands, but he dropped it.

–Rookie kicker Jason Sanders hit a 49-yarder from the left hash and missed from 56 on the right hash.

–Retired defensive coordinator Dom Capers, who was with the Dolphins in 2006 and ’07, has been at practice this week.

–Players from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland are attending today’s practice.

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