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Dolphins rule out Cameron, Howard, Misi for Titans game

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The Miami Dolphins and Tennessee Titans issued their final injury reports on Friday, listing players who would not be participating in this weekend’s Week 5 showdown between the two clubs. On the Dolphins side, three starters were ruled out of the contest.

Tight end Jordan Cameron, who is still working his way through the league’s concussion protocol after suffering his fourth concussion, cornerback Xavien Howard, who had knee surgery this week to repair a meniscus injury, and linebacker Koa Misi, who has a neck injury, all will miss the game. The Titans will be without safety Da’Norris Searcy, who has an ankle injury, cornerback Cody Riggs, who is dealing with a hamstring problem, and nose tackle Al Woods, who has a calf issue.

Miami listed running back Arian Foster as doubtful for the game with a lingering hamstring problem.

The Dolphins included left tackle Branden Albert (ankle/illness), linebacker Jelani Jenkins (groin), center Mike Pouncey (hip), and center/guard Anthony Steen (ankle) on the injury report, listing them all as questionable. The team is hoping both Albert and Pouncey will be available for the game after Albert missed last week’s contest and Pouncey has yet to play this season.

The Titans included tight end Jace Amaro, who is dealing with a shoulder issue, on the report as questionable.

The teams kickoff at 1pm ET this afternoon.