Drake (hamstring) returned to practice as a limited participant Tuesday, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Drake will have to battle throughout the remainder of the preseason for a spot in the team's backfield, with Arian Foster and Jay Ajayi leading the way while Isaiah Pead has made a strong case for the No. 3 spot. The Dolphins' next preseason contest is Thursday, but Drake isn't a certain candidate to make an appearance yet.
Moore (concussion) sat out of practice Sunday, James Walker of ESPN.com reports.
Moore suffered a concussion during Friday's preseason matchup with the Cowboys and is currently going through the league's mandated protocol. He was held out of practice Sunday as expected, but still remains without a timetable for a return. Absences from concussions vary in length depending on the player, but we'll likely see his status updated again within the coming few days.
Howard (knee) was able to take part in a few team and one on one drills Monday, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
The biggest weakness on defense for Miami is at cornerback. With a pass rush that is expected to be much improved this season they don't need their corners to be great, just ones that aren't beat immediately off the line of scrimmage. The team is hopeful that Howard can be one of those guys.
The Dolphins and Gray agreed to a contract Thursday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Landing the second tight-end role out of training camp, Gray earned 26 offensive snaps and 75 more on special teams over the first four games of 2015, during which he hauled in his only target. In the same game, though, he sustained a broken forearm and spent the rest of the season on injured reserve. Upon joining the Dolphins, he'll compete for one of the few TE spots behind Jordan Cameron.
Parker had two receptions for 16 yards in the Dolphins 41-14 loss to Dallas on Friday.
While the numbers aren't all that exciting it was good to see Parker on the field after battling foot injuries all offseason. Parker is expected to be the big play receiver in the Miami offense but expectations may have to be kept in check until quarterback Ryan Tannehill proves he is ready to take that next step into an elite NFL signal caller.
Jordan (knee) has been notified by the league he is eligible to begin practicing, Adam Schfter of ESPN reports.
While Jordan has been cleared to practice, he is still unable to physically do so. The 26-year-old defensive end is still rehabbing from a knee injury. He has not played since December of 2014, and will face stiff competition for playing time on an already deep D-line.