Wide receiver Kenny Stills left practice this afternoon after going down in a heap in the back of the end zone.
Stills, who actually had two plays in which he went to the ground, kept playing after the first one on a long pass from Ryan Tannehill. The second pass, Stills ran across the field, caught a pass and hopped to a stop along the sideline with the ball in hand. He eventually went to the ground for about two minutes before he got up, clutching his back. He then walked out of the team's practice bubble (The Nick Saban Memorial Bubble).
Afterward, coach Adam Gase said he had no update on any injuries during practice because he came to his presser before speaking with trainers.
Receiver DeVante Parker also stopped practicing after he got tangled with cornerback Bobby McCain. He was seen having his left hamstring stretched out.
Parker missed a couple of practice earlier in training camp because of a hamstring injury.
Stills was not the only player who left practice after an apparent injury.
Starting left guard Laremy Tunsil also left the bubble after warmups. He took no team drills.
Mario Williams also did not practice at all today for unknown reasons. The Dolphins announce players who are not practicing because of an injury prior to each practice. They did not announce Williams.
Meanwhile, Matt Moore returned to practice today after missing the last week with a concussion.
Gase said Moore will not play Thursday's preseason finale against the Tennessee Titans and said his inclination is that starter Ryan Tannehill will also not play in that game.
Gase said backup quarterback Zac Dysert and Brandon Doughty will share the game Thursday -- each getting approximately one half.