The Miami Dolphins visit the Jacksonville Jaguars this weekend, with kickoff scheduled for 1pm ET this afternoon. Both teams could be missing key members of their team when we finally get to the game, while some others should be able to hit the field. Who is in and who is out? We take one last look at the injury reports for both teams.
For the hometown Jaguars, two players have already been ruled out. Cornerback Alan Ball has been considered doubtful at best for this game with what appears to be a serious bicep injury. The Jaguars announced earlier this week that defensive end Andre Branch, who injured his groin last week against the Cleveland Browns, would miss around six weeks dealing with the injury.
For the Dolphins, safety/cornerback Jimmy Wilson could miss the game and is officially listed as doubtful. Wilson missed last week's game against the Chicago Bears with a hamstring injury, and could wind up doing the same this week.
Both teams included one player in the 50/50 "questionable" category. For the visiting Dolphins, starting middle linebacker Koa Misi, with an injured ankle, lands that distinction, while cornerback Dwayne Gratz gets listed in the same category for Jacksonville as he deals with a hip injury.
The Miami "probable" list is long, with tackle Branden Albert (elbow), tight end Charles Clay (knee), long snapper John Denney (knee), cornerback Cortland Finnegan (neck), cornerback Brent Grimes (groin), defensive tackle Jared Odrick (neck), center Samson Satele (hamstring), tight end Dion Sims (neck), and linebacker Philip Wheeler (shoulder/thumb) all listed. Jacksonville's probably category is comprised of center Luke Bowanko (ankle), running back Toby Gerhart (foot), and safety Craig Loston (hamstring).