The Indianapolis Colts will visit the Miami Dolphins this weekend in a game featuring two teams with lofty preseason expectations only to fall flat during the season. Both clubs will be looking to try to end the season on a high-note, with the Colts holding on to hope that they could still sneak past the AFC South leading Houston Texans for the division title and a playoff berth.
The two sides released their respective initial injury reports for the weekend last night.
The Dolphins saw three players not practice, with Branden Albert missing the workout due to a knee injury, defensive tackle Earl Mitchell missing due to a calf injury, and center Mike Pouncey missing due to a foot problem.Miami had several players take part in the practice in a limited fashion: tackle Ja'Wuan James (toe), linebacker Jelani Jenkins (ankle), wide receiver Jarvis Landry (knee), running back Lamar Miller (quadricep), and guard Billy Turner (calf). The Dolphins listed wide receiver Rishard Matthews (ribs) and guard Billy Turner (calf) on the injury report, but both were full participants in the day's practice.
The Colts' side of the report included safety Colt Anderson (ankle), safety Winston Guy (hamstring/shoulder), linebacker Josh McNary (groin), wide receiver Donte Moncrief (wide receiver), and cornerback D'Joun Smith (knee) as non-participants. Tight end Jack Doyle, with a toe issue, linebacker Jerrell Freeman, with a hamstring injury, quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, with back and ribs problems, linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, with an injured quadricep, quarterback Andrew Luck, with a lacerated kidney and torn abdominal muscle, and linebacker Erik Walden, with a foot injury, were all limited in practice.
The Colts and Dolphins will kickoff on Sunday at 1pm ET from Miami's Sun Life Stadium.