The Dolphins have lost their starting running back for at least three weeks as the team placed Myles Gaskin on injured reserve yesterday. The second year running back is dealing with a knee issue and will get a few weeks to rest up and rehab his injury. Matt Breida would have been the likely candidate to see an increased role, but he is also dealing with an injury. Look for Jordan Howard to lead the way on Sunday with Patrick Laird as the pass down back.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Miami Dolphins to put leading rusher Myles Gaskin on injured reserve
The Miami Dolphins will place leading rusher Myles Gaskin on injured reserve with a knee injury, meaning the second-year running back will miss at least three games.
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