The Miami Dolphins host the Baltimore Ravens in a Week 14 game full of playoff implications. Both teams have issued updated injury reports for the weekend's contest.
For the Dolphins, both linebacker Jonathan Freeny and cornerback Jamar Taylor have been ruled out of the game, just as they both were last week. Freeny is dealing with a hamstring issue and Taylor is working his way back after dislocating his shoulder two weeks ago, an injury expected to take three weeks to fully heal.
Miami guard Nate Garner continues to miss practice with an illness that held him out last week as well, though he is not listed as out of the game.
Tight end Charles Clay continues to deal with a hamstring and knee problem, an injury that has kept him out of the past two contests, though he was able to take part in at least a portion of the day's workout, listed as "limited." Joining him in that category are cornerback Cortland Finnegan (ankle), wide receiver Brian Hartline (knee), center Samson Satele (ribs), and wide receiver Mike Wallace (chest). The only change between Wednesday's initial report and Thursday's report for Miami was the addition of linebacker Chris McCain, who injured his ankle during the workout and had to leave the locker room on crutches.
Miami guard Daryn Collledge (back), tackle Ja'Wuan James (neck), and linebacker Jelani Jenkins (shoulder) were all full participants in the practice.
On the Ravens side of the report, tight end Owen Daniels, linebacker Daryl Smith, and defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson all missed Thursday's practice for non-injury reasons. Running back Justin Forsett (knee), tight end Crockett Gilmore (back), wide receiver Torrey Smith (knee), and center Jeremy Zuttah (ankle) also did not practice. Gilmore was a downgrade from Wednesday, where is was able to at least participate in come of the practice, while Tyson's non-football reason for missing the workout was a jury-duty summons.
The limited list for Baltimore consisted of cornerback Tramain Jacobs (thigh), linebacker Albert McClellan (thigh), and outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw (hand). The full participants were wide receiver Marlon Brown (concussion), wide receiver Michael Campanaro (hamstring), and linebacker C.J. Mosley (wrist).
The biggest loss on Wednesday for the Ravens was not injury related, as news broke that defensive tackle Haloti Ngata had been suspended four games due to a positive PED test.
The Dolphins and Ravens kickoff in South Florida's Sun Life Stadium at 1pm ET Sunday.