Originally posted: August 29, 2016, 4:43pm
Two of the Miami Dolphins’ starting receivers suffered injuries during Monday’s practice.
Kenny Stills, the Dolphins’ starting flanker, and DeVante Parker, the team’s starting split end were hurt.
The story said Stills’ injury is undisclosed. He was involved in a collision during 1-on-1 drills. Stills laid on the turf inside the practice bubble for a couple minutes while a trainer examined his back. He eventually got up on his own. The story speculated Parker might have re-aggravated his hamstring injury during the same 1-on-1 drill. Parker caught a deep touchdown pass over Lafayette Pitts and came up limping. He never returned to practice after limping back to the huddle. It would be especially bad news for Parker who seems unable to stay healthy. We’ll continue to monitor.
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