Dolphin's Camp: Wednesday's Practice Notes

john renshawContributor IAugust 5, 2009

MIAMI, FL - JANUARY 4:  Quarterback Chad Pennington #10 of the Miami Dolphins warms up before play against the Baltimore Ravens in an NFL Wildcard Playoff Game at Dolphins Stadium on January 4, 2009 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

Patrick Turner, Brandon London and Ted Ginn have been getting most of the early accolades, but Brian Hartline is starting to make some serious noise.

I am rooting for Pat White in a very big way, but every day my sources tell me he struggles more than he did the day before. He isn’t having any problems with zip; his troubles all have to do with a lack of accuracy and getting the ball off on time.

You will never read more of a sad story than the release of Brennan Marion. Do some research on his background and combine that with his recent injury and release, and it will be hard for you to hold back the tears.

You have to love Ronnie Brown laughing with reporters when asked how different or good the Wildcat will be this year. Ronnie looked liked the cat that swallowed the canary.

When the truth comes out about Matt Roth’s injury or illness, I don’t think it is going to be pretty. But it will be pretty interesting.

It is old news now but the bookends are best friends. Offensive tackles Vernon Carey and Jake Long bonded in Vegas and Hawaii, and are now inseparable. Both are Pro-Bowl caliber tackles, as is newly acquired center Jake Grove. Now if the Dolphins could just get those guards up to speed.

Eric Green is not good enough to be a starting corner in the NFL. It won’t be long before Vontae Davis or Sean Smith start. Vontae is more of a true lock-down corner, and if he can do the impossible (stop thinking), he is going to be a star.

Is it possible that the Dolphins went three-for-three with their defensive back draft picks? It sure looks like it, as Sean Smith, Chris Clemons, and Vontae Davis all have big time play making ability.

Look at Joe Berger playing first-team right guard today. Can you say all year long revolving door? If the Phins suffer a season ending injury at guard, they are in huge trouble.

Pennington had his worst day yet, as he finished with three picks and a fumble.

It was a good day for Anthony Armstrong, as he finally threw a couple of long touchdown bombs.

Ernest Wilford is not going to make this team.

Look at my boy Cam Wake getting to the quarterback on a regular basis.