Terron Armstead, Austin Jackson remain out of Dolphins practice

NFL: NOV 27 Texans at Dolphins
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The Dolphins may have to tangle with the 49ers defensive line without the help of either of their starting offensive tackles.

Left tackle Terron Armstead and right tackle Austin Jackson missed their second straight day of practice on Thursday. Armstead is dealing with toe and pectoral injuries while Jackson has an ankle injury.

Brandon Shell and Greg Little would be the next tackles up for the Dolphins.

Running back Myles Gaskin (shoulder, ankle) was the only other player out of practice on Thursday. Edge rusher Melvin Ingram (illness) returned to practice after sitting out on Wednesday.

Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee) and running back Raheem Mostert (knee) were limited participants while quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (ankle) remained a full participant.

4 responses to “Terron Armstead, Austin Jackson remain out of Dolphins practice

  1. Jackson started game one and made it 1.5 quarters before getting hurt. He’s a liability at RT and the line is better off without him.

  2. Armstead can be the deciding factor in this game if he doesn’t play. Especially after what I’ve seen against the Texans. Let’s hope the next man up man’s up and they have plan if plan A fails. Tuff time to lose both starring tackles with a tuff three game road trip. Here’s hoping for the best.

  3. Miami might want to go with three QB’s on the roster this week! There is no need to risk Tua in a non conference game. Put Tua out there and give him an opportunity,but if pressure is getting to him like it did in the second half of the Houston game pull him out and have a backup ready behind either Teddy or Thompson. The playoffs are the goal we aren’t getting there without Tua!

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