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Dolphins vs Broncos injury report: Ball, Hillman out for Denver

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The Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos have released their respective injury reports for the week.

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The Miami Dolphins head to Colorado this weekend to face the Denver Broncos. Both teams have released their injury report for the showdown, with both clubs having to rule out players. For the Dolphins, linebacker Jonathan Freeny will miss the contest with a hamstring injury. Denver will be without running backs Montee Ball, who has a groin injury, and Ronnie Hillman, who is dealing with a foot problem.

Miami also listed two players as doubtful for Sunday's game. Tight end Charles Clay, who started the week limited in practice due to a knee injury, did not workout on Thursday or Friday with both a knee and a hamstring problem, now landing him on the list of players who are 75-percent not going to play. Joining him is cornerback Cortland Finnegan, who injured his ankle against the Detroit Lions in Week 10, causing him to miss the team's game last week against the Buffalo Bills and practice through this week.

Both clubs listed a pair of players as questionable for the game, meaning they are 50-50 on playing. For Miami, guard Daryn Colledge, who has missed the last three of games with a back injury, and running back Lamar Miller, who is battling through a shoulder injury this season and now adds a knee issue, both show up under the questionable category. The Broncos include tight ends Virgil Green, with a calf injury, and Julius Thomas, who injured his ankle early in the team's game against the St. Louis Rams, under the categorization.

Finally, Miami's probable list includes wide receiver Jarvis Landry (shoulder), linebacker Koa Misi (ankle), guard Mike Pouncey (hip), linebacker Kelvin Sheppard (hip/groin), quarterback Ryan Tannehill (left shoulder), linebacker Jordan Tripp (chest), wide receiver Mike Wallace (calf), and safety Jimmy WIlson (hamstring).

The Broncos listed safety David Bruton (ankle), safety Quinton Carter (knee), tackle Ryan Clady (groin), Britton Colquitt (illness), tackle Paul Cornick (shoulder), wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (concussion), linebacker Steven Johnson (ankle), and running back Juwan Thompson (knee) all as probable.

Kickoff for Sunday's game is at 4:25pm ET.