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Dolphins dial back Tuesday practice after minor injury scare

The Dolphins had three players either leave the field or stop working during practice on Monday and, because Adam Gase's parents didn't raise no fool, the team's head coach noticed.

And so Tuesday's practice, which was supposed to be less physical than the one Monday, but nonetheless a competitive time on the field, won't exactly be that anymore.

Gase decided to change Tuesday's practice to a walk-thru. There should be no player leaving the field under uncertain injury conditions on Tuesday.

As to those players who left Monday -- guard Laremy Tunsil, receiver Kenny Stills, and receiver DeVante Parker -- what news is known is good news.

Tunsil and Stills are fine.

There is no word on Parker.

[Update: The Dolphins won't have clarity about Parker's status until the morning but the team is hopeful he will be fine.]