The Miami Dolphins and New York Jets are preparing for their Week 4 showdown, a game that kicks off at 9:30 a.m ET Sunday in London. Both clubs released updated injury reports last night, and both teams had some good news and some bad news on the reports.
Miami listed five players on their report. Dion Sims is the only player who did not practice as he is still dealing with a concussion he sustained in the season opener. Sims practiced last week, but was not active for the game against the Buffalo Bills.
Three players were listed as limited: Jordan Cameron (groin), Earl Mitchell (back), and Jonas Gray (calf). Against Buffalo, Cameron and Mitchell were listed as questionable but ended up playing anyway. This is the first time Gray has appeared on the injury report.
Good news on the offensive line though, Branden Albert returned to practice on a limited basis. Albert is dealing with a hamstring injury he sustained in week 2 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. He needs to get healthy fast and try to stay healthy.
The Jets on the other hand have a lengthy injury report. Six players did not practice lead by Eric Decker (knee). The others are Willie Colon (knee), Jeff Cumberland (concussion), Jaiquawn Jarrett (knee), Chris Owusu (knee), Trevor Reilly (finger) and Darrin Walls (hamstring).
Four players were listed as having limited participation in practice. Darrelle Revis (hamstring), Antonio Cromartie (hip), Quinton Coples (elbow) and Chris Ivory (quad).
The rest of the Jets injury report were players listed as having full participation in practice. T.J. Barnes (ankle), Stephen Bowen (knee), James Carpenter (low back), David Harris (finger) and Devin Smith (ribs).