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Saturday, August 29, 2015

Breaking News: Branden Albert Most Likely out Till Week 3



ESPN NFL Insider is reporting tonight that Branden Albert will most likely be out until Week 3 of the regular season.


That means either Jason Fox or Dallas Thomas will start the season at Left Tackle for the Dolphins.
It makes you wonder if it would be wiser for the Dolphins to keep Albert out until Week 5 and after the BYE week and the London trip. I mean if he is still a month away then the more time the better. They shouldn't rush him back and have another "Delmas situation."

The Dolphins offensive line has been a mess for 2+ years now dating back to the last years of Tony Sparano and entering 2015 not much has changed.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Video: Dolphins News, Notes, and Nuggets

8/25 Injury update for the Dolphins


  • Dolphins Cornerback Jamar Taylor could be out up to 10-14 days due to a quadriceps injury he suffered against the Panthers. Hope is that he practices sometime next week at the earliest.
  • Dolphins safety Louis Delmas was officially placed on IR and will miss the entire season due to a torn ACL.
  • Jason Fox is out for Tuesday's practice due to a concussion. the timetable for his return is unknown, but should be soon.
  • Left Tackle Branden Albert is doing everything at practice on Tuesday and is no longer limited which is a good news for him and the Dolphins.
  • Koa Misi, Bobby Mccain, and Jay Ajayi are all practicing Tuesday as well, they all had lingering injuries.