The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills have released their final injury report ahead of Sunday's week 3 showdown between the two AFC East rivals. The Dolphins listed several contributors on the report. The same goes for the Bills.
On the Miami's report Branden Albert (Hamstring) and Dion Sims (Concussion) are listed as doubtful to play after not participating in practice. Earl Mitchell (Back) was unable to practice and is listed as probable to play, giving him a 50-50 chance to play. Lamar Miller (Ankle) and Jordan Cameron (Groin) are also listed as questionable but are expected to play on Sunday. Reshad Jones (Hamstring) and Mike Pouncey (Elbow) were limited in practice and are probable to play. Both players should be good to go. Cameron Wake (Hamstring) and Ryan Tannehill (Ankle) finish off the list and are listed as probable. Both of them will be playing on Sunday.
The Dolphins listed eight starters with injures. Not a good sign. The only backup tight end the Dolphins have is Jake Stoneburner, who scored his first NFL touchdown last week. Tim Semisch is also on the practice squad and could be called up if things don't look good for Cameron and Sims.
The Buffalo Bills have listed two players at out, Aaron Williams (Neck) and Marquise Goodwin (Ribs). Marcus Easley (Back) and Tony Steward (Knee) are listed as questionable after being limited in practice.
The Bills have six players listed as probable. The rest of the players are Dan Carpenter (Abdomen), Percy Harvin (Hip), LeSean McCoy (Hamstring), Colton Schmidt (Right Hip), Tyrod Taylor (Chest), and Jerry Hughes (Wrist). McCoy and Huges were limited in practice.