Dolphins welcome several key WRs back to practice field

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The buzz around the Miami Dolphins’ offense over the course of the past few weeks has always come with a disclaimer:

“Yeah, but…”

The team’s aggressively overhauled wide receiver room has been banged up seemingly since the start of camp itself; when we saw DeVante Parker placed on the PUP list and Will Fuller went down with a lower body injury on the first day of practice back in July. Add in a preexisting injury to Preston Williams and minor bumps and bruises for the likes of Jaylen Waddle (who has remained an active participant in practice) and Albert Wilson (missing for the last week or so)? And now the placement of Lynn Bowden Jr. on the team’s injured reserve?

The anxiety is understandable.

But this week is off to a good start and the Dolphins should be hopeful with what Tuesday brought the team on this front. Will Fuller was back in action for the first time since Day 1 of camp. DeVante Parker was an active member of practice, although he sported a red non-contact jersey.

Williams returned from the PUP last week as well and is steadily being weaned up with his workload, too.

So hang in there, Dolphins fans. The tide seems to be turning in the Dolphins’ favor at this point regarding the health of most of their upgraded pass catchers. And even if the team doesn’t get them all on the field this weekend against Cincinnati, the team will have another few weeks to hopefully tend to their talent and get them right in time to unveil the full power of the arsenal in Week 1 against the New England Patriots.