What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said at minicamp Tuesday

Dolphins coach Adam Gase is running his third offseason program with the team. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

DAVIE — The Dolphins are into mandatory minicamp, and the best news for coach Adam Gase is that the entire roster showed up for this morning’s practice.

Here are some other updates from Gase:

— He was unhappy with the offense, which struggled today. “It was not one of our better practices,” he said. The Dolphins put some new things in schematically, and the new stuff didn’t look smooth. “The defense practiced well today,” he said. “We didn’t execute.”

— Gase has been pleased with backup quarterback David Fales during his work in Organized Team Activities and minicamp. “He keeps getting better,” he said. “He makes a lot of plays in practice.”

— First-round pick Minkah Fitzpatrick has been very active in practices and gotten his hands on a lot of passes.

— Defensive end Charles Harris is one of four or five players at the position, and Gase says the plan continues to be that the Dolphins will cycle guys through in order to keep them fresh.

— Receiver Jakeem Grant has been running the most go routes in offseason practices, per Gase.

— Receiver Leonte Carroo is out until training camp, and cornerback Jordan Lucas is out day-to-day. Gase did not specify their injuries.

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