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Dolphins and Bills injury report update - Thursday Week 3

The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills updated their Week 3 injury reports.

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills are preparing for their Week 3 showdown, a game that kicks off at 4:25pm ET Sunday. Both clubs released updated injury reports last night, and both teams had some good news and some bacd news on the reports.

Miami had three players' status improve between the Wednesday report and the Thursday release. Tight end Jordan Cameron, dealing with a hamstring injury, moved from did not practice to limited, while defensive end Cameron Wake, also dealing with a hamstring problem, moved from limited in practice on Wednesday to a full participant on Thursday.  The report also improved running back Lamar Miller's status from did not practice to limited as he rehabs an ankle injury.

The bad news for Miami was the addition of defensive tackle Earl Mitchell to the report. Mitchell did not practice Thursday due to a back injury; he had not been on the report prior to Thursday.

The Dolphins also listed tackle Branden Albert (hamstring, did not practice), safety Reshad Jones (hamstring, limited), center Mike Pouncey (limited, elbow), tight end Dion Sims (limited, concussion), and quarterback Ryan Tannehill (ankle, full).

The Bills saw wide receiver Percy Harvin (hip) and running back LeSean McCoy (hamstring) move from did not practice on Wednesday to full participants on Thursday. They had wide reciever Marcus Easley move the other direction, being added to the injury report for the first time on Thursday, listing him as limited with a back problem.

The rest of Buffalo's injury report included kicker Dan Carpenter (abdomen, full), wide receiver Maquise Goodwin (ribs, limited), defensive end Jerry Hughes (wrist, limited), punter Colton Schmidt (right hip, full), linebacker Tony Steward (knee, limited), quarterback Tyrod Taylor (chest, full), and safety Aaron Williams (neck, did not practice).