The Miami Dolphins will host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, a Week 6 game and the second of a four-game homestand for the Dolphins. Ahead of the game, both teams released their injury reports for the weekend’s contest.
The Dolphins ruled out two players, tight end Jordan Cameron, who is still working through the NFL’s concussion protocol, and cornerback Xavien Howard, who had knee surgery a couple of weeks ago and could miss up to another month. Everyone else on the Dolphins’ injury report was listed as questionable:
Dolphins questionable players
- Safety Isa Abdul-Quddus (knee)
- Running back Arian Foster (hamstring)
- Wide receiver Jakeem Grant (ankle)
- Tight end MarQueis Gray (calf)
- Linebacker Jelani Jenkins (groin)
- Safety Reshad Jones (groin)
- Center/Guard Anthony Steen (ankle)
- Guard/Tackle Laremy Tunsil (ankle)
A good sign for the Dolphins this week is the absence of tackle Branden Albert from the injury list after he missed the last two weeks working his way through an ankle injury and an illness that led to him losing around 10 pounds.
The Steelers ruled out several players, with just wide receiver Sammie Coates (finger) on the list as questionable.
Steelers players ruled out
- Tackle Marcus Gilbert (ankle)
- Defensive end Cameron Heyward (hamstring)
- Linebacker Ryan Shazier (knee)
- Safety Shamarko Thomas (groin)
- Center Cody Wallace (knee)
- Wide receiver Markus Wheaton (shoulder)
The Dolphins and Steelers will kick off at 1pm ET on Sunday.