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Mike Oliva of DolphinsTalk.com recaps Thursday morning headlines, community news and more for your Miami Dolphins.

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On Tuesday, the Miami Dolphins signed linebacker Vince Biegel to their practice squad. Coach Flores said on Wednesday: “We’ll see how [Vince Biegel] look in practice over the next few days. Obviously, we have a story with Vince. He’s been here a few years, got injured last year. We got it at training camp. There are a lot of things that we love about him as a player, as a person, and we are delighted to have him back. “

The Dolphins held a guided tour on Wednesday. Before the walkthrough, coach Flores was asked about four players who missed last week’s game; Xavien Howard, Byron Jones, Preston Williams and Adam Shaheen. Coach Flores said: “Yes, I expect them all to be on the walkthrough. Again, it’s obviously a reduced pace so they’ll all be available for that. take it one day at a time. They ‘they’re all better, they’re all healing and they’re all doing whatever they can. I think tomorrow is going to tell us a lot more about their potential status for the game. But yeah, they will be available for the walkthrough. “

Starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who missed 3 games with a rib injury, was asked about the condition of his ribs and how he has been feeling since last Sunday’s game. Tua said: “Badly. My ribs are sore. But I’m just glad I got to go out and play with the guys. Obviously that wasn’t the outcome we wanted, but thank God here- above that we have another opportunity to play this week as well. “

The Miami Dolphins Social Impact Committee announced that it will continue to have a positive impact on civic engagement, education and economic empowerment in South Florida. Committee members will continue to support Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach County public schools, the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, and Florida Memorial University. In total, the committee raised over $ 1.1 million to support these programs in partnership with the Miami Dolphins Foundation and the NFL Foundation.

“The Miami Dolphins Social Impact Committee exists to give players an outlet for community service,” said cornerback Byron Jones. “A lot of times guys want to get involved in community service but just don’t know where to start or they do it on their own. The committee allows us to pool our resources and come up with a game plan to maximize our impact at the end of the day. account.”

The committee will make a commitment of $ 300,000 to address equity in education and help with wireless technology for underserved students attending public schools in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties.


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