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Dolphins at Titans injury report: Sims, Wake probable; Albert, Grimes questionable

The Miami Dolphins and Tennessee Titans have released their final injury reports ahead of their Week 6 contest.

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The Miami Dolphins and Tennessee Titans will meet in a Week 6 contest in Nashville, Tennessee. Both clubs released their respective final injury reports for the contest, with both teams listing key members of the club.

The good news for the Dolphins is, most of those key members should be coming back to seeing playing time. Defensive end Cameron Wake, who has been limited for the last few games due to a hamstring injury, is listed as probable for the game, though he has been limited in practice throughout the week. Tight end Dion Sims, who sustained a concussion in Week 1 and had not been cleared to play since, finally received that clearance this week and is likewise listed as probable. The team also listed linebacker Chris McCain, who was added to the injury report on Thursday with a shoulder issue, and cornerback Zack Bowman, also dealing with a shoulder injury, as probable.

Three players landed in the questionable section of the report for Miami: tackle Branden Albert, defensive tackle A.J. Francis, and cornerback Brent Grimes. Early expectations are that Albert will be able to play, but he may be a game-time decision. Francis, who is dealing with a back problem, did not practice on Wednesday, but then was upgraded to limited for the final two days of workouts before the report. Grimes was limited throughout the week as he recovers from a knee injury sustained against the New York Jets in Week 4.

The Titans ruled outside linebacker Deiontrez Mount out of the game on Thursday. The rookie, who had been listed on the injury report Wednesday as limited for a knee issue sustained in a non-contact drill during practice, which was then diagnosed as a torn ACL on Thursday, ending his season.

Wide receiver Perrish Cox (hamstring), tight end Antony Fasano (concussion), defensive tackle Sammie Hill (knee/illness), and linebacker Avery Williamson (hamstring) were all listed as questionable by the Titans. Their probable list included tight end Chase Coffman (non-injury), safety Michael Griffin (non-injury), tackle Taylor Lewan (shoulder), cornerback Cody Riggs (knee), and guard Chance Warmack (knee).

The Dolphins and Titans kickoff at 1pm ET Sunday.