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If anything changed, better, worse, and then we'll just really try to focus on the steps that the doctors have us right now.
He's done a good job of not trying to push ahead and to say ‘Hey, I'm a fast healer, I'm tough.’ We all know that.
The Miami Dolphins have made it clear this offseason that the only date that matters for starting center Mike Pouncey is Sept. That is the date of Miami’s regular-season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Dolphins’ goal since January was to make sure Pouncey is healthy enough to suit up in Week 1.
So far, Pouncey -- who is recovering from his second major hip injury in as many years -- is on track to reach that goal. We’re just trying to really focus on the steps that the doctors have us [doing] right now.
We need him for the duration.”Dolphins backup center Anthony Steen said that Pouncey is still engaged in the meeting rooms, despite missing a lot of practice time, and has the mindset that he will be ready for the regular season.“I think for a player, you’ve got to think that way,” Steen said.
He didn’t participate in any offseason practices during organized team activities or minicamp but has done well enough with his rehab that the coaching staff is optimistic.“He’s really improving,” Dolphins coach Adam Gase said during mandatory minicamp. He’s done a good job of not trying to push ahead and say, ‘Hey, I’m a fast healer and I’m tough.’ We all know that.”As Gase mentioned, Pouncey is one of Miami’s toughest players.
“We feel like we’re on a really, really good track right now and we’ll wait to the next doctor’s visit when we get kind of that report back and see what our next step would be. He wanted to return for the Dolphins’ playoff game against Pittsburgh in January.
This injury is the most common hip injury in the NFL but is not a career ender by any means.
The pain associated with the bruising can affect the consistency of a player’s ability week to week.