CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -Miami defensive tackle Antonio Dixon was released from the hospital Thursday, a day after apparently suffering effects from the strong heat and humidity during practice and leaving by ambulance.
The team said Dixon was in good condition and is expected to resume practicing on Saturday.
Dixon, a 6-foot-3, 322-pound projected starter, was the third Miami player in two days to leave practice early. Running backs Damien Berry and Lee Chambers left Tuesday's practice early due to dehydration.
Dixon stayed at Doctor's Hospital overnight Wednesday as a precaution.

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