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Dolphins at Eagles injury report for Week 10

The Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles have released their final injury reports for this weekend's contest.

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins will visit the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday, with a 1pm ET kickoff. Both squads released their final injury reports for the game, listing any players who are definitely not going to play or possibly will not play. The two teams combined for three players being ruled out of the game, with 19 other players on the list.

The Dolphins have ruled offensive tackle Ja'Wuan James out of the game, his second missed contest after injuring his toe four snaps into the team's Week 8 game against the New England Patriots. The Eagles have ruled out guard Josh Andrews and safety Jerome Couplin, Andrews with a head injury and Couplin with a shoulder issue.

Miami listed linebacker Spencer Paysinger as doubtful for Sunday, meaning there is a 75-percent chance he will not play this weekend as he deals with a neck injury. They also listed wide receiver DeVante Parker (foot) and guard Billy Turner (knee) on the injury report, both questionable for the game, meaning they are 50-50 to play. The Eagles listed tackle Jason Peters in the category with a back injury, though the team is expected to start Lane Johnson at left tackle as Peters deals with a degenerative condition.

The Dolphins listed tight end Jordan Cameron (hamstring), linebacker Jelani Jenkins (ankle), safety Jordan Kovacs (knee), cornerback Brice McCain (knee), linebacker Koa Misi (foot), defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (knee), and running back Damien Williams (hand) as probable, giving them a 75-percent chance to play. The Eagles' side of the probable listing has wide receiver Nelson Agholor (ankle), linebacker Kiko Alonso (knee), tight end trey burton (hamstring), wide receiver Riley Cooper (toe), safety Malcolm Jenkins (concussion), running back Ryan Matthews (groin), and linebacker DeMarco Ryans (hamstring).