DAVIE, Fla. (AP) _ Ricky Williams participated in his first full
day of practice Wednesday, his status for Monday's game still unclear.
Dolphins coach Cam Cameron isn't saying whether the running back
will play at Pittsburgh.
Williams took part in agility exercises before he gathered with
the team to stretch at the Dolphins' training facility. Cameron and
a large group of reporters looked on as Williams and his teammates
went through drills.
When asked whether Williams would get playing time Monday,
Cameron stuck by his wait-and-see approach.
Williams has tested positive for marijuana at least four times
since Miami acquired him in 2002. He rushed for 3,225 yards in the
2002-03 seasons after being traded to the Dolphins. Williams
retired in 2004, but returned to the Dolphins in 2005, when he ran
for 743 yards alternating with Ronnie Brown.
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