http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/teams/dolphins/index.html snippet: SCOUTING REPORT: QB Joey Harrington has looked somewhat inconsistent during his first few weeks with the Dolphins, keeping up the track record he established during his four years in Detroit. That said, the Dolphins are going to be patient with Harrington because he just joined the team. Some of the coaches are troubled by Harrington's tendency to get flustered when plays break down. Harrington will sometimes look like he's scatter-shooting in practice, which makes the people in charge nervous. At other times, Harrington looks like a smooth athlete with the ability to throw precise passes. REHAB UPDATE: QB Duante Culpepper looked exceptional in the Dolphins minicamp as he ran and cut during team drills and took all the snaps he was supposed to take with the first unit. Culpepper's return has been strong and somewhat surprising. Most players coming back from triple-ligament tears in a knee take at least 10 to 12 months to get back to full strength. Culpepper not only appears on the short side of that estimate, he could even be ready for the beginning of the exhibition season on Aug. 12 against Jacksonville. Neither Culpepper nor coach Nick Saban would make a prediction about that, but Saban left open the possibility.