The Dolphins don’t have any players ruled out of this Sunday’s game while the Titans have two players who won’t see any action.
The Dolphins are excited to have Reggie Bush healthy again but they’re disappointed that one of their best corners in Richard Marshall will not see action on Sunday.
Miami has a few minor injuries to overcome, but the Jets potential inactives could be key factors in Sunday’s matchup.
Daniel Thomas and Tony McDaniel will not see action in Miami’s home opener against Oakland as injuries start to spread.
The Miami Dolphins are looking to rebound after losing in Week 1 to a good Houston Texans by trying to knock off the Oakland Raiders. The Dolphins will be playing for the first time in front of a home crowd, which will be the home debut of rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
While a couple starters have been limited in practice this past week, it looks like the majority of the players on the field against the Houston Texans will be familiar faces.
While the Miami Dolphins spent big money to bring back nose tackle Paul Soliai, the defensive line took a big hit Saturday when defensive end Kendall Langford signed on with the St. Louis Rams.
The 2012 Super Bowl is fading into memory and that means it’s almost time for the NFL to officially turn the page on the league calendar. That’s important because franchise tags can be applied this week and free agency is just weeks away.
The Miami Dolphins season has a big chance of getting away from them if they can’t manage to pull out a victory on Sunday in San Diego against the Chargers.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy has to be salivating at a chance to face a Dolphins secondary that will be without it’s best cover cornerback this Sunday.