The Miami Dolphins entered training camp with a few players dealing with injuries that everyone was aware of, as Byron Jones was placed on the PUP list, and Elijah Campbell was placed on the NFI list before camp even started.
Then, there were veterans who were working back from things but would be limited participants like left tackle Terron Armstead and running back Raheem Mostert.
However, there hadn’t been an update on defensive tackle Adam Butler, who hadn’t been practicing, or center Michael Deiter, who was seen in a walking boot this week.
Before Saturday’s camp session, McDaniel provided a bit of an update on Butler and Deiter’s statuses.
Butler “is dealing with a slight injury that he’s trying to work through,” McDaniel said. He also added that Deiter had “a little foot deal first or second day of practice. We’re waiting through weekend to learn more.”
More information will likely come the next time McDaniel speaks to the media next week.