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McNutt Steps up with Hartline and Wallace sidelined

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DAVIE, Fla. -- Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is getting to know each and every one of his receivers this week as injuries continue to keep things interesting. Big money receivers Brian Hartline and Mike Wallace were both kept out of practice on Thursday with lower body injuries, giving other receivers a chance to step up. One guy who's done just that is big target Marvin McNutt, impressing both his fellow receivers and Head Coach Joe Philbin.

"You get a rhythm, you get used to being around each other," says McNutt about building chemistry with Tannehill, "and what types of things you do with each other."


"The last couple of days when me and Hartline haven't been practicing everybody's been stepping up," says Wallace, "everybody's been making really good plays, everybody's been doing different things but stepping up really big."


Both Wallace and Hartline say they're still hoping to have a chance to see some action in the Hall of Fame game on Sunday. Meanwhile, Tannehill has said that the set back to the receiving corp may actually be a positive, allowing the second year quarterback to work with some of the other receivers on the depth chart.

McNutt Steps up with Hartline and Wallace sidelined

Saturday, August 3 2013, 04:51 PM EDT

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