Dolphins Lose Player

Coach Tony Sparano

The Dolphins have suffered their first casualty of training camp, but it's not a player who would have figured into the team's plans barring a major surprise. NFL Analyst Adam Caplan has informed Dolphin Digest that rookie free agent wide receiver Brennan Marion sustained a torn ACL in his right knee in practice and will be out for the season.

Given his status as an undrafted rookie, it's likely that Marion eventually will be waived/injured.

Marion also had torn his right ACL last year, the season after he broke a 30-year-old NCAA record by averaging a whopping 31.9 yards per reception.

Given the Dolphins' large number of wide receivers on the roster, including draft picks Patrick Turner and Brian Hartline, Marion really didn't have much of a chance to make the team. Recommended Stories

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