Ricky reports

Ricky Williams is back with the Dolphins. Just as his agent had predicted, Williams reported to training camp on Sunday when all Dolphins players were scheduled to report. The next step will be the first practice, scheduled for Monday morning.

Williams declined to speak to reporters on Sunday, and a large media contingent is expected for his first practice.

Williams still is facing a four-game suspension at the start of the regular season, although he will be allowed to practice in the meantime and take part in the preseason games.

In other news:

--The Dolphins signed two draft picks, third-round choice Channing Crowder and fifth-round selection Anthony Alabi. Both players got four-year contracts. That leaves three draft picks unsigned, first-round pick Ronnie Brown, second-round pick Matt Roth and seventh-round pick Kevin Vickerson. Brown isn't expected to be signed for at least a few days, meaning he will miss the start of training camp.

-- The Dolphins swapped tight ends on the roster, signing Lorenzo Diamond formerly of the Arizona Cardinals and waiving rookie free agent Joe Munson.

-- The Dolphins have announced that the Nov. 13 home game against the New England Patriots is a sellout.


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