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Summary from the Final Week of Camp
After a strong performance in Week 2 of the preseason, the Dolphins held out Tua Tagovailoa in Week 3. It was an overall positive camp for Tagovailoa, who appears much improved after a shaky rookie season. With Tagovailoa under-center this preseason, the offense had seven possessions. The results: drives of 83, 75, 66, 60, and 52 yards. The sixth series was a two-minute drill that covered 20 yards on two plays to set up a field-goal attempt, and the seventh series a three-and-out to open the preseason. While the Dolphins say they are pleased with Tagovailoa, the team remains interested in Deshaun Watson. Charles Robinson of Yahoo! reports that Miami has emerged as the front-runner for Watson. While a deal isn’t imminent, the specter of Watson hangs over Tagovailoa’s head. Backup Jacoby Brissett also sat out the preseason finale, leaving third-stringer Reid Sinnett to go the entire way against the Bengals. Sinnett took advantage of the opportunity, throwing for 343 yards and leading a late comeback with a spectacular Hail Mary throw on the run for the winning touchdown. At the very least, he earned himself another year on the practice squad.
With Myles Gaskin, Malcolm Brown, and Salvon Ahmed entrenched as the top three, the focus of the final week was the battle for the final spot or two on the roster. Gerrid Doaks made his case against Cincinnati, rushing for 56 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries. Patrick Laird caught three passes for 28 yards, but the team decided to release both runners and go with a three-man backfield for now.
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