The Dolphins will go into the twilight for Wednesday's second practice so that calls for some sort of celebration.
Bartender, a live blog chat for everybody!
As I will be at the 8 p.m. practice to tell you what is going on, as I will be at camp at least one hour before that practice, as I have no life today, it seems like a solid opportunity to have a live blog at 7 p.m.
If you cannot be here at 7 p.m. because you're stuck in traffic or having dinner with the family, you certainly are welcome to leave your question or comment now and I'll it at the top of the chat.
I really do hope some of you will come here live, though, as otherwise it wouldn't be a live blog chat.
No doubt, some of you might decide to come to the Dolphins training facility and watch the practice. It is not a scrimmage despite the fact it's happening in prime time. It's a practice. And yes, it is six hours after Miami's first practice of the day.
"Sleep," Coach Tony Sparanao said. "Honestly, it's the reason I did it. One of the reasons I did it was to get out of the heat a little bit and throw a little curve ball to them and see how it went. I'm not sure what the crowd will be like, but I think it'll be good. So that's nice. And it gets them under the lights one time before we play a game.
"And I'm interested to see these receivers under the lights and some of these punt returners under the lights."
Players don't have to report back to camp until 6:15 to get taped and dressed for practice. After working late tonight, they'll have the opportunity to sleep in as reporting time Thursday will be 10:30 a.m. instead of the usual 6:30 a.m.