Damien Williams questionable for Miami with illness

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It could be the Kenyan Drake show in Charlotte on Monday night. Maybe.

Dolphins running back Damien Williams is questionable for the game against the Panthers due to an illness. Williams didn’t practice on Thursday or Friday, but he fully practiced on Saturday.

Also questionable for the Dolphins are receiver Jakeem Grant (illness), linebacker Mike Hull (shoulder, ankle), guard Ted Larsen (biceps), cornerback Bobby McCain (hamstring), and safety Michael Thomas (knee).

No other Dolphins have an availability label, meaning everyone else who appeared on the report during the week, like quarterback Jay Cutler with ribs and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh with a knee injury, are good to go.

7 responses to “Damien Williams questionable for Miami with illness

  1. I’m going to the game. And I think Miami will do good. And I’m sure that Fan 49 will blame the coach if the temp drops to 45. Bill

  2. I will be there also Bill, and no I won’t blame the coach. I blame him for the roster though. And the lack of OL help.

  3. finzfan49 says:
    November 11, 2017 at 8:11 pm
    Now all of the sudden we have no RB talent and depth. Real smart Gase!!! Real smart!
    Yes we do. Williams is good on 3rd down and Drake has the ability to score from anywhere on the field. I liked Ajayi but he had more absolute stinkers than good games. I also think Gase was “off” calling plays because he felt obligated to get Ajayi the ball. Ajayi was a good player at times but I think the overall offense will be better with these two guys. Most fans wrote off Ajayi after his rookie season and last year’s camp/game 1 debacle but Gase made it work with him. I will give him the benefit of the doubt on this call too…at least for now.

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