Paul Soliai injury stops Dolphins vs Colts in fourth quarter

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins and Indianapolis Colts are in the fourth quarter, with Miami leading 24-20. Dolphins defensive tackle Paul Soliai has limped off the field

The Miami Dolphins lead the Indianapolis Colts 24-20 in the fourth period of their Week 2 matchup.  Dolphins defensive tackle Paul Soliai has left the game with an apparent left leg injury.

Soliai was hurt as the Colts were attempting to drive down the field about halfway through the quarter.  He rolled around on the field in pain and had trainer checking on his left leg, mostly around his knee.  He did get up and walk off the field under his own power.

The team officially lists Soliai as questionable to return with a knee injury.

Brent Grimes ended the Colts drive with an interception of Andrew Luck on a deep pass in the end zone on the play after Soliai's injury.

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