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The Daily Dolphin:
SAN DIEGO — Welcome live to sunny San Diego, where the Dolphins have caught a big break with the Chargers’ injury situation. The Dolphins have had trouble covering the tight end all season, and were supposed to face the best tight end in the world in Antonio Gates. But Gates has plantar fasciitis, and will [...]
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San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson suffered a muscle strain in his leg during Sunday's win over the Miami Dolphins.
Chargers coach Norv Turner said Jackson will be listed as day-to-day.
Jackson, who was questionable with an abdominal injury, had three receptions for 108 yards, including a 55-yard scoring pass late in the first quarter.
He has 20 receptions and...
Stephen Ross certainly isn’t happy with the Dolphins’ 0-4 record. “I am very disappointed, to put it mildly,” Ross said Monday on 940-AM, the team’s in-house radio station. “Everybody involved with this team, the players, the coaches are disappointed being 0-4. You can’t be any other way.” Stephen Ross (right) believes stability, and not firing [...]
Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson came into Sunday's game against Miami with an abdomen injury and left with a leg injury. However, head coach Norv Turner told the media on Monday that Jackson feels about the same this week as he did coming out of week three. Jackson left the game in the second quarter because of a strained leg muscle, an injury he sustained while compensating...
Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne left Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers in the first quarter with a left shoulder injury.
Henne attempted to hand off to Lex Hilliard, who wasn't ready for the ball. Henne then tried to scramble but was slammed to the turf for his troubles. He was in visible pain and departed to the locker room.
Matt Moore replaced Henne,...
This week's stadium news features California Gov. Jerry Brown, swanky lounges, a Twitter fight and how the National Football League promotes Super Bowls in cold-weather destinations quite unlike San Diego.
Dolphins linebacker Kevin Burnett lashed out at a reporter in the locker room following Sunday’s loss to the Chargers, questioning the reporter’s coverage of the team, and the reporter’s manhood. Tom Krasovic, a San Diego-based freelance writer who covered the Dolphins-Chargers game for the Miami Herald, wrote that during his own interview with Burnett, Burnett…
Dolphins inactives: C-G Ryan Cook, CB Vontae Davis, DT Tony McDaniel, LB Koa Misi, RB Daniel Thomas, WR Roberto Wallace and TE Will Yeatman. LB Jason Taylor is expected to start at SLB for LB Koa Misi. CB Nolan Carroll is expected to start at RCB for CB Vontae Davis. Source: CBS Sports Attached Thumbnails
With 307 passing yards and a bizarre Vincent Jackson touchdown pass, the Chargers moved the ball easily on Miami.
Chad Henne’s day ended early because of a shoulder injury, and at day’s end the Dolphins felt the sting of an 0-4 start to the season.