Preston Williams, Sheldrick Redwine didn’t travel to Buffalo with Dolphins

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The Dolphins won’t have wide receiver Preston Williams with them in Buffalo on Sunday

Williams did not travel with the team to face their fellow AFC East club. The Dolphins also traveled without safety Sheldrick Redwine. Neither player was on the injury report this week.

The Dolphins also announced three additions to the active roster. They have signed running back Patrick Laird and elevated linebacker Vince Biegel and cornerback Jamal Perry from the practice squad.

Laird has 75 carries for 240 yards, 33 catches for 272 yards, and one touchdown in 31 games for the Dolphins. Biegel started 10 games in 2019, but missed all of last season with an injury. Perry has appeared in two games for the Dolphins already this season.

6 responses to “Preston Williams, Sheldrick Redwine didn’t travel to Buffalo with Dolphins

  1. Hell, Ive played almost as many games as Preston Williams, Devonte Parker and Will Fuller combined

  2. Recent history between these teams suggests that Miami is going to regret not bringing Redwine for the flight home.

  3. Remember how everyone talked about the depth of the Dolphins wide receivers before the season?
    Talk about a useless group.

  4. Here’s another example of Chris Grier’s and/or Coach Flores’ horrible performance of choosing the players who will make up their roster.. Either they’re drafting so called “upside” young players too early in the draft like Austin Jackson and Noah Igbinohhene or they are relying on often injured players like Tua, Will Fuller, DeVante Parker and Preston Williams) to make a big contribution to their football team. It will be interesting to see what owner Stephen Ross will do this off-season. I believe he will clean house.

  5. I hope Beigel gets a tackle. Guy has fought hard to come back. Want him to get some chances.

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