Posted August 02, 2013 on mia.scout.com
Kicker Caleb Sturgis is back in action and kicking well at Dolphins training camp, but that's not exactly why he was drawing attention after Friday's practice. While the rookie looked good in practice, his overall appearance was rather — how shall we put it? — unique, courtesy of long-snapper John Denney.
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