Welcome to NFL summer vacation. With mandatory minicamps wrapping up, players now head out on break until July 22, when the first of the training camps begin.In the meantime, here are 10 things we learned from the latest round of Jarvis Landry Jerseys off-season practices.Miami coach Adam Gase said during a radio interview in May that he wants Ajayi to Cameron Wake Jerseys handle “between 22 and 25" carries per game this season. Perhaps that doesn't sound like a massive number, but in terms of an NFL running back's workload it is huge. An average of 25 attempts stretched over a 16-game schedule would put Ajayi right at 400 rushes Ndamukong Suh Jerseys for the season—just five backs in NFL history (Larry Johnson, Jamal Anderson, James Wilder, Eric Dickerson and Eddie George) have hit that number. Ezekiel Elliott and Le'Veon Bell led the league last season in attempts and attempts per game, respectively, with 322 and 21.8.On top of his run-game workload, though, Ajayi also wants to be Ryan Tannehill Jerseys more involved as a receiving threat. ESPN's James Walker reports that “catching the ball out of the backfield became a major focus during Ajayi's off-season training," a year after the Boise State product hauled in 27 passes for a paltry 151 yards (5.6 yards per reception).The Dolphins will have to draw a line in the sand, somewhere. Ajayi handled 287 touches last season, way up from the 56 he had as a rookie. And Gase said midway through the 2016 campaign that he needed to keep an eye on Ajayi's touches, because the back's physical style naturally adds to his wear and tear. (Ajayi dropped in the 2015 draft due Mario Williams Jerseys to concerns over the long-term health of his knee, which he injured early in his college career.) One way or another, Damien Williams and Kenyan Drake will have to spell Ajayi at times, or Ajayi won't be able to maintain his level of play into the winter.The Cowboys are facing similar questions with Elliott, although he does not come with the same injury history as Ajayi. Elliott's 322 carries easily paced the NFL last season (no other back topped 300), but Dallas also wants him more involved as a pass catcher.“Absolutely. We're going to try to get him the ball that way," RBs coach Gary Brown told the Dallas Morning News. “We're going to hand it to him, throw it to him, heck, if he can take a snap we might give it to him that way."