Written by Luis Sung | Twitter: @FLSportDebater
After suffering a knee injury in the preseason that's kept him from being able to help his new team, defensive end Terrence Fede managed to return to practice today on a limited basis.
Fede, a seventh-round draft pick out of Marist, was a very nice surprise during training camp and the preseason games he got to play in, and he managed to show enough that the Dolphins decided to keep him on the team despite not being able to play through the entire preseason.
Fede would definitely be a big help on special teams which for the first two weeks have just been abysmal, the most glaring sign of that is when the Dolphins allowed Bills running back CJ Spiller to run untouched into the endzone for a kick return touchdown that shattered the hearts of Dolphins fans everywhere. Fede could also be a big help on the defense as he could rotate with Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon so that Derrick Shelby doesn't have to do all the backup work until Dion Jordan gets off his suspension.
It's encouraging to see Fede finally coming back especially with all the injuries the Dolphins have suffered in the first two weeks of the season alone, and everyone is surely looking forward to seeing what they young rookie can do.
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