Raheem Mostert, Bradley Chubb don’t practice Wednesday

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The Dolphins had a long list of injured players at their first practice of the week.

Edge rusher Bradley Chubb (ankle, hand) and running back Raheem Mostert (thumb) were among the players who didn’t do any work as the team started preparing to face the Bills. Mostert broke his thumb last Sunday and Chubb has been dealing with injuries for some time.

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) has already been ruled out and missed practice along with tackles  Terron Armstead (foot, knee, hip, pec), Liam Eichenberg (hand), Brandon Shell (knee, ankle), and Kendall Lamm (ankle). 

Linebacker Melvin Ingram had a rest day. Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee, finger), fullback Alec Ingold (thumb), edge rusher Jaelan Phillips (toe, wrist), wide receiver Jaylen Waddle (ankle), wide receiver Cedrick Wilson (hip, groin), and running back Jeff Wilson (illness) were all limited participants.

2 responses to “Raheem Mostert, Bradley Chubb don’t practice Wednesday

  1. How long until the excuses start to come? Maybe the Dolphins (fans) shouldn’t have celebrated their SB after beating the Bills by 2 points in wk3 when the Bills only had 1/2 their roster available and were baking in the direct FL sun.

  2. Bills look to roll the multiply injured Dolphins, as easily as Bengals will roll a critically injured Ravens team.

    To set up a playoff game ‘in Buffalo’ which should ABSOLUTELY be held at a neutral site.

    This would be even more deserving to played at a neutral – than the theoretic AFCCG that’s been discussed to death.

    But, but, but…it’s crickets about this possible travesty of pretend NFL-equality.

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