DAVIE (CBSMiami) – The Miami Dolphins hit the practice field again Wednesday and were at full strength in the wide receiving corps as Mike Wallace returned to the lineup, according to NFL.com.

The Fins’ $60 million man had been out of practice for nearly two weeks while nursing a groin injury. Wallace immediately made an impact by blowing by Nolan Carroll on a 40-yard touchdown pass during practice, according to NFL.com.

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Wallace’s return to the lineup comes as the Fins prepare for the second preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was without both Wallace and fellow wide receiver Brian Hartline in the Hall of Fame game last weekend and the offense struggled to move the ball or find any consistency.

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The Dolphins hope Wallace can help stretch the field with his speed. But it will all depend on how quickly Wallace and Tannehill develop a chemistry on the field.