Written by Luis Sung | Twitter: @FLSportDebater
Training camp injuries happen to every team all the time, but for the Miami Dolphins they seem to be taking out their top players and making it difficult for fans to remain optimistic. Mike Wallace's hamstring was the first real blow to the team's array of weapons, along with Matt Moore's shoulder. Then during the scrimmage game on Saturday, the Dolphins lost TE Charles Clay, third-string QB Pat Devlin, and it was revealed that kicker Caleb Sturgis was battling a groin injury. Later on, information was released stating that all three of those players would miss multiple practices.
On top of that, WR Brian Hartline was seen with a giant wrap on his leg during the scrimmage game, and with that in mind, that would mean that all three of Tannehill's main weapons were down for the count for the scrimmage. Luckily, Mike Wallace was seen doing some light work during today's practice, and Hartline's injury isn't all that severe and they're merely trying to keep him safe for later.
Injuries happen, but luckily there hasn't been anything severe beyond the Mike Pouncey injury which prompted the Dolphin to sign center Samson Satele in the first place. With any luck, all of the previously mentioned players who have been getting dinged up will be ready and raring to go by the time the regular season starts and games will start counting.