Miami Dolphins vs Oakland Raiders final injury report

ORCHARD PARK, NY - DECEMBER 17: Travaris Cadet
ORCHARD PARK, NY - DECEMBER 17: Travaris Cadet /

The injury report released Friday for the battle between the Miami Dolphins and Raiders look promising for both teams.

The Miami Dolphins listed FS Reshad Jones as the only player with a designation and Oakland had just two players listed.

Jones is still nursing the shoulder he injured in last week’s game and is listed as questionable for Sunday. He was a limited participant in practice the last two days after sitting out of Wednesday’s practice. His involvement in practice increased each day and is considered day to day.  Coach Adam Gase says that he will be a game time decision. They have a lot of options should he not be available. Safety Minkah Fitzpatrick could slide into his slot or get recently called up S Maurice Smith more involved. There is good depth in the secondary with several players that can fill more than one position, one of those being CB Bobby McCain (knee), who was also on the injury report as a full participant after listed as limited Thursday.

"(Any update on S Reshad Jones? Are you more optimistic today?) – “The fact that he was just doing a little more each day gives us a good chance. I think it’s just going to be up to game time and we’ll see how he feels.” Adam Gase via"

The other defensive players on the report were DT Jordan Phillips (knee) listed as a full participant and DE Williams Hayes (finger) who was limited after fully practicing Wednesday and Thursday.

It’s looking like WR DeVante Parker (finger) may be making his 2018 debut, he’s been practicing all week with no limitations and says he’s feeling fine. His fellow wide receiver Danny Amendola (not injury related) was also back at practice as a full participant. Both WR’s were without designations on the report, so QB Ryan Tannehill (knee/ankle), also practicing with no limitations, will have his entire receiving squad to spread it around to.

Running backs Frank Gore (not injury related) and Kenyan Drake (shoulder), along with LS John Denney (shoulder) were also all listed as full participants.

The Raiders had eight players on their report, two with assigned designations.  Defensive Tackle P.J. Hall (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday for the second week in a row and CB Nick Nelson (hamstring) is listed as questionable. Hall didn’t practice all week and Nelson was limited. The only other defensive player listed was CB Leon Hall (illness) who fully practiced the last two days after being limited Wednesday.

On the offense, WR/RS Dwayne Harris (foot) and T Brandon Parker (ankle) were full participants. The three remaining on the list were C Rodney Hudson (ankle), RB Marshawn Lynch (shoulder) and G Gabe Jackson (pectoral) all limited in practice.

After losing players for the season in the first two weeks, due to injuries, it looks like the Dolphins will be going into this home game against the Raiders relatively healthy.