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Dolphins' Jones, Wake Back to Training
The Dolphins will regain their Pro Bowl security against New England on Sunday, subject to a set-back. Oakland's Reshad Jones, who lost the Oakland match with a shock to his shoulders and was confined to training on Wednesday, was in full attendance on Thursday and is in line to face the patriots. Delphine's passport defence, without Jones, had several failures at the beginning of the Oakland outing.
Jones, who had two capture in the area, has sometimes bedclothed Patriot's end end Rob Graonkowski in the time, and faculty probably be among individual happening carried out on Sunday. Meanwhile, Cameron Wake came back to training after jumping over the Wednesday meeting with a broken leg in his leg. Every dolphin defender should be available for the Sunday match.
However, the close end of A.J. Derby (foot) and line backer Chase Allen (foot) both failed to train and made their Sunday standing very questionable. The only other players who failed to complete the training session were Andre Branch (knee), who is likely to be out for two to four consecutive week. So why have the dolphins promoted Jonathan Woodard from the training group to their 4th defense end instead of sign one of the two vets who spoke on Tuesday (Robert Ayers or Kony Ealy)?
Burke also said that trainer Adam Gase believed that the training group members are "not here to train", but to be prepared for the 53 as needed. The dolphins like Woodard's height (6-6, 271), Burke said. A 3-4 inside backer in Washington, he said he was happy in the 4-3 dolphin defence, and Miami let him play both mid and hard side linebackers.
As Allen is hurt, Dolphins' No. 4 line backer Sunday is supposed to be Stephone Anthony, who fought in the previous campaign and took his first three snapshots of the campaign on Sunday. Although the defense back saw Minkah Fitzpatrick play well overall, he did miss three tackleles against the raiders, and the dolphins want to correct that.
All in all, it will result in more missing tackle.