What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Monday (Day 5 of training camp)

Adam Gase and the Dolphins will take a day off Tuesday after five straight days of training camp. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

DAVIE — The Dolphins held their first fully padded practice of training camp this morning, but it didn’t go completely as planned.

About a half-hour into their work, the team was forced to shift into the practice bubble because of lightning in the area. It was still a productive day, however, with by far the most contact the Dolphins have had this month.

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Here are some updates from coach Adam Gase after practice:

— Gase was frustrated that the team had to move practice indoors because “the more time we spend outside, the better.” It also limited the amount of live contact the Dolphins had today because they prefer not to do that on turf.

— Second-year receiver Isaiah Ford has been working in the slot and progressing well after missing all of last season with an injury.

— Miami’s defensive line has been overwhelming in the first week of training camp. Gase said, “those guys just bring it,” and they’ve been causing problems for the offensive line. Gase is really impressed with new defensive line coach Kris Kocurek.

— Gase has enjoyed watching slot receiver Danny Amendola and slot corner Bobby McCain go at it so far. He said those two are making each other better every day and there’s been no dropoff in their intensity.

— Gase reiterated that he doesn’t see newcomer Albert Wilson as a slot receiver. He can play slot, but Gase thinks of him firstly as an outside player because of his speed.

— Regarding his recent appearances in the wide receiver drills, Gase said, “Every once in a while I just try to get involved somewhere. It’s fun for me.”

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