http://sports.yahoo.com/news/philbin-says-dolphins-read-play-223422919--nfl.html DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins conducted the first 30 minutes of Monday's two-hour organized team activities under hazy, smoky conditions because of a nearby wildfire. "It felt a little weird at first," said Pro-Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes, who suffers from asthma, "but as it went on we got used to it." Coach Joe Philbin seemed pleased with the session. "I thought we had a good practice," he said. "We did goal line. We put that in, (and did) two-point plays, and did another little red-zone installation. As I said to the team, we're basically just about ready to play a game. At the end of the week we'll simulate an overtime. I'm real pleased with the progress we're seeing on the field."