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  1. We preview the running back group heading into training camp, which includes a handful of newcomers who are looking to show their skill set. This is your #DolphinsDaily.
  2. Miami Dolphins assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell will be stepping away from the team for the 2019 season. Caldwell announced on Saturday that he’s taking a leave of absence to deal with some health concerns. “I will be stepping back due to some medical complications that require my full attention,” Caldwell said, via the Dolphins official website. “I want to thank Stephen Ross, Chris Grier, Coach Flores and the rest of the organization for the support they have given me and my family.” Caldwell, 64, joined the Dolphins’ staff under first-year head coach Brian Flores in February. The idea was to have him help with young quarterback Josh Rosen.  Best known for leading the Indianapolis Colts to the Super Bowl in his first season as a head coach in 1999, Caldwell has been in the coaching ranks since 1977, when he was a graduate assistant for Iowa. More recently, Caldwell acted as the Detroit Lions’ head coach from 2014-17, posting a 36-28 record.
  3. Dolphins assistant head coach/quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell will be taking a leave of absence to focus on his health, the team announced in a press release this morning. “I will be stepping back due to some medical complications that require my full attention,” Caldwell said. “I want to thank Stephen Ross, Chris Grier, Coach Flores and the rest of the organization for the support they have given me and my family.”  The Dolphins will still keep the 64-year-old Caldwell on board as he will serve as a consultant to the team for the upcoming season. NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport tweets that Jerry Schuplinski, a former Patriots assistant, will likely take on many of Caldwell’s duties. “Our focus is on Jim’s health and supporting him in every way that we can,” said head coach Brian Flores. “With his knowledge and experience, Jim has been an invaluable member to our coaching staff and will continue to serve as a sounding board for me throughout the season.” Caldwell has been coaching since 1977 and has held NFL gigs sin
  4. Miami Dolphins assistant and quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell was a big addition to the team’s staff this offseason, but he’s now stepping away for health reasons. Caldwell will take a leave of absence due to unspecified “medical complications” and will spend the 2019 season serving as a consultant to the Dolphins and head coach Brian Flores. Caldwell, regarded as a great coach for quarterbacks, was likely looking forward to helping Josh Rosen tap into his potential this season. Unfortunately, he’ll have to take a step back. Hopefully Caldwell will successfully deal with his issues and be back in a larger role by 2020.
  5. Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Kendrick Norton was in a serious car accident last week that resulted in him having to have his left arm amputated, and authorities have determined that he was at fault for the crash. According to an accident report obtained by ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe, police cited Norton with improper lane change after he pulled out in front of another vehicle and made slight contact with it before slamming into a concrete barrier. Norton’s Ford F-250 truck sideswiped a Maserati while Norton was traveling on the outside lane and made a sudden turn. The report stated that neither alcohol nor drugs were believed to be a factor, and the driver of the Maserati did not suffer any injuries. Norton remains in the hospital, where he has undergone four surgeries. He is said to be in stable condition despite losing his arm. The 22-year-old was told by the NFL this week that all of his medical expenses will be covered by the league and the Dolphins’ insurance. He shared an optimistic message on his Instag