Dolphins rookie tight end Hunter Long carted off during practice

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The Dolphins, already without tight end Mike Gesicki (he’s on COVID reserve), are down another tight end.

Hunter Long, a rookie third-rounder, has been carted off during practice. Via Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Long had “obvious discomfort” in his right leg.

Long was a two-year starter at Boston College. He elected to enter the draft with remaining eligibility.

Recently, tight ends Cethan Carter and Adam Shaheen emerged from the COVID reserve list for Miami.

3 responses to “Dolphins rookie tight end Hunter Long carted off during practice

  1. Hopefully it’s not a torn up knee. He would’ve been robin to Gesicki’s batman on obvious passing downs. The Dolphins do have decent depth at the position and they do have a nose for finding some talent at the TE position but most of them are the in line blocking type. Either way the cart is never a good sign, here’s to a speedy recovery. Go Phins!

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