Miami Dolphins RB Daniel Thomas is looking forward to his return from a hamstring injury. (Robert Duyos/Sun-Sentinel)
The Miami Dolphins concluded practice on Saturday for their Monday night game at the New York Jets. And, as is the custom at the end of the practice week, the Dolphins released their injury report. Listed as probable are CB Vontae Davis (hamstring), DE Tony McDaniel (hand) and LB Koa Misi (neck).
And, as probable: CB Nolan Carroll (hamstring), S Chris Clemons (hamstring), RB Daniel Thomas (hamstring), TE Will Yeatman (shoulder). Among those listed as questionable, the name that sticks out, at least to me, is Thomas. Because he’s the guy the Dolphins need the most.
In the two games he’s played, Thomas has run for a combined 202 yards. He has added an element to the Dolphins’ offense that’s missing when he’s not there. And he hasn’t been there, of course, for two games – both the season-opener against the Patriots and the loss against the Chargers in Week 4.