Dolphins add Jaelan Phillips to practice report with a quad injury

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The Dolphins added pass rusher Jaelan Phillips to their practice report Friday. He was limited in practice with a quad injury and is questionable to play Sunday against the Bears.

Phillips has played all eight games this season and has three sacks and nine quarterback hits.

Receiver River Cracraft (illness) did not practice this week and will not play Sunday. The Dolphins ruled him out.

Offensive lineman Austin Jackson (ankle/calf) returned to a limited practice Friday but is doubtful.

Left tackle Terron Armstead (toe/Achilles), tight end Tanner Conner (knee) and safety Eric Rowe (hip) are questionable. Rowe popped up on the report with a limited practice Thursday but returned to full participation Friday.

Everyone else on the team’s practice report, including receiver Jaylen Waddle (shoulder), is good to go.

5 responses to “Dolphins add Jaelan Phillips to practice report with a quad injury

  1. This is a message to Phillips. Ogbah isn’t going anywhere due to contract. The trade for Chubb and this move is telling Phillips he isn’t doing enough.
    I love the kid and think he will be special.

  2. Miami needs to take a serious look at its conditioning program before 2023,we’ve had way too many soft tissue injuries pop up during the weak in practices.

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