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Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano just got done addressing the press corps after his first training camp session.
Here are the highlights:
With DE Jason Taylor off to the Washington Redskins, Porter will be looked upon as the defensive centerpiece. Sparano said he isn't overly concerned with Porter's injury, "but we need to be careful with him."
The competition was balanced in 20 offseason workouts. Sparano said Beck had 257 throws, McCown had 246 and Henne had 230.
But today, Henne "wasn't out there, and certainly those quarterbacks threw an awful lot of balls in individual (drills)," Sparano said.
"The concern for me is purely from a football standpoint. I just worry that the installation is going on. As we sit here right now, the install is going on and it went on yesterday. A young quarterback missing that kind of time, missing those installs is the concern."
"I have to be honest," Sparano replied when asked about Glenn. "I didn't even know Terry was released. This is the first I'm hearing about it."
Glenn turned 34 this week. He has been hobbled, playing in only one game last year because of two surgeries on his right knee.
But Sparano, who spent the previous five seasons as a highly involved Cowboys offensive assistant, agreed Glenn could be a dangerous threat for somebody.
"That's the way he looked," Sparano said of Glenn's late-season return in '07. "He looked like the Terry Glenn that I knew."