After a day off on Saturday, the Miami Dolphins return to the practice field on Sunday for their fourth session of training camp.
With that, the team made a roster move, as they announced that offensive tackle Isaiah Wynn has been removed from the PUP list. This means he’ll be able to practice fully starting on Sunday.
Miami signed Wynn this offseason after he spent the last five years with the New England Patriots. During his time with Bill Belichick’s team, Wynn was often injured, as he played in just 43 of 82 possible contests throughout his tenure.
Wynn reportedly landed on the list due to an injury he suffered while working out on his own, according to head coach Mike McDaniel.
The Dolphins only have three players remaining on the active/PUP list – left tackle Terron Armstead, cornerback Nik Needham and tight end Tanner Conner. They’re able to return at any time before the start of the regular season. If they can’t make it back, they’ll be moved to reserve/PUP, and they’ll be forced to miss games.