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The Splash Zone 10/16/18: No Timeline On Ryan Tannehill’s Return

Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

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No one is quite sure when Ryan Tannehill will be back on the field, not even Adam Gase. The quarterback is dealing with shoulder injury that is classified as day to day. Brock Osweiler stepped into the starting spot on Sunday and had himself a game. Gase wants to rest Tannehill until his throwing arm is 100% and that could mean starting Osweiler again on Sunday against the Detroit Lions.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.

Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill's injury makes him uncertain vs Lions
Everything is up in the air for the Dolphins when it comes to starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill&rs...

Adam Gase

What Dolphins coach Adam Gase said today after stunning win vs. Bears
The Dolphins are soaring again after pulling out of their two-game losing streak with an overtime wi...

Dolphins Wide Receivers

'Best YAC receiver' Albert Wilson lights fuse for Miami Dolphins - NFL Nation- ESPN
Wilson sets a career-high with 155 receiving yards, and 138 came after the catch in Sunday's overtime victory over the Bears.

Dolphins Offensive Line

Dolphins Sign Sam Young, Waive Maurice Smith
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins today announced they have signed tackle Sam Young and waived safety Maurice Smith.

Dolphins Defensive Line

Dolphins DE Charles Harris' injury further depletes defensive line
The Dolphins sunk substantial resources into this year’s defensive line and they’re alre...

Dolphins Linebackers

Kiko Alonso, playing like a Pro Bowler, leads Dolphins turnover frenzy
Kiko Alonso is second in the NFL in tackles and second in the NFL in forced fumbles through six game...

Bears at Dolphins

Andy Cohen: An Unforgettable Victory
The kick sliced through the late afternoon air and so sweetly dissected the uprights as time in overtime expired. Jason Sanders, his 47-yard kick field goal giving the Dolphins a most improbable 31-28 victory, rips off his helmet and screams and dances and joins his teammates in a wild celebration, a sell-out crowd going equally bonkers.

Miami Dolphins Snap Conclusions: Who played a lot, who didn’t
The Dolphins stunned the Bears 31-28 in overtime at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday.

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