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Jets at Dolphins Week 4 injury report: Dion Sims ruled out for Miami

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The MIami Dolphins and New York Jets have released their final injury reports before their Week 4 contest.

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The Miami Dolphins will face off against the New York Jets on Sunday in a NFL International Series contest played at London's Wembley Stadium. Technically a home game for the Dolphins, the two AFC East franchises will face each other for the 99th time. Both teams have released their final injury reports for the game.

The Dolphins have ruled out tight end Dion Sims, who sustained a concussion in Week 1 and has not been able to play since. The Jets have likewise ruled out tight end Jeff CUmberland, who is also dealing with a concussion. New York also will be without the services of offensive lineman Willie Colon, who has a knee issue, wide reciever Chris Owusu, also with a knee problem, linebacker Trevor Reilly, who is dealing with a finger injury, ad defensive back Darrin Walls, who has a hamstring issue.

Miami listed offensive tackle Branden Albert as doubtful as he continues to try to get back from a hamstring problem.

The Dolphins placed tight end Jordan Cameron, with a groin injury, and running back Jonas Gray, with a calf problem, on the injury report, listing them both as questionable. New York's list of played in the 50-50 chance of playing category listed wide receiver Eric Decker, who is dealing with a knee injury.

Miami's probable list only included defensive tackle Earl Mitchell, who has been having back problems. The Jets listed defensive lineman T.J. Barnes (ankle), defensive lineman Stephen Bowen (knee), offensive lineman James Carpenter (low back), linebacker Quinton Coples (elbow), defensive back Antonio Cromartie (hip), linebacker David Harris (finger), running back Chris Ivory (quad), defensive back Jaiquawn Jarrett (knee), defensive back Darrelle Revis (hamstring), and wide receiver Devin Smith (ribs) as probable for the game.

The two divisional rivals kickoff at 9:30am ET Sunday morning.