Dolphins RG John Jerry (knee) returned to practice Tuesday.
Dolphins RG John Jerry (knee) is expected to return to practice next week.
Dolphins RG John Jerry's knee injury is expected to sideline him 2-4 weeks.
Dolphins RG John Jerry is battling a knee injury that may require surgery.
The Palm Beach Post reports Dolphins RG John Jerry reported to voluntary workouts "looking really good, almost where he needs to be" with his weight.
The Dolphins have warned RG John Jerry not to report to OTAs out of shape.
Dolphins RG John Jerry's base salary will be up from $575,000 to $1.323 million in 2013 after he hit escalators in his rookie contract.
Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland said RG John Jerry has "a big arrow up on his future."
During Tuesday's episode of Hard Knocks, OC Mike Sherman referred to OG John Jerry as "a player descending fast."
Dolphins third-year OG John Jerry reported to training camp overweight at 360 pounds and appears unlikely to make the roster.
Dolphins 2010 third-round pick John Jerry's roster spot is in jeopardy if he doesn't win the starting right guard job.
John Jerry is running as the Dolphins' first-team right guard in OTAs.
New coach Joe Philbin hasn't decided whether John Jerry will play guard or tackle in 2012.
John Jerry made his first career start at left tackle in Week 15, with Jake Long battling a back injury.