Dolphins safety Chris Clemons participated in 15 games this season, missing only the Thursday night game against the Bears with a hamstring injury. After the season ended, however, Clemons underwent surgery to repair a groin injury.
Per a league source, Clemons played with the groin injury for the second half of the season.
Clemons was listed as probable with a groin injury in only three games after the midpoint of the season: Week 10, Week 12, and Week 16.
Of course, the fact that he played with the injury doesn’t change the fact that the Dolphins didn’t properly disclose it. We’re told that he had the injury for the entire second half of the season. Thus, the injury should have appeared each week on the report.