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DAVIE (CBSMiami/AP) — The injury bug has seemingly found its way into the Miami Dolphins locker room.

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Three Dolphins offensive starters are sidelined with injuries as the team prepares for Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills.

Running back Lamar Miller (right ankle), left tackle Branden Albert (right hamstring) and tight end Jordan Cameron (groin) sat out Wednesday’s practice but worked on the side. All were hurt in last Sunday’s loss at Jacksonville.

Albert’s availability for the Bills game is the most doubtful, in part because he’s still recovering from left knee surgery last November.

Tight end Dion Sims (concussion) received clearance to rejoin practice but was limited.

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Also limited were defensive end Cameron Wake (hamstring), safety Reshad Jones (hamstring) and center Mike Pouncey (elbow).

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill is nursing a sore right ankle but participated fully in practice.

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