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Miami TE Anthony Fasano was not able to practice Wednesday for the Dolphins. His absence would prove costly for Dolphins if he’s unable to play on Sunday.
“Obviously it concerns me when a guy doesn’t practice,” said Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano. ”We’ll see where Anthony is (Thursday). We got plenty of time before the game right now.”
Fasano has been a surprising big play threat for the Dolphins as he leads the team in receiving average with 16.7 yards per reception. Miami split him out wide this past week and he had three catches for 60 yards in their win over Washington. The week prior his only two catches went for touchdowns in a 31-3 rout of the Chiefs.
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The Miami Dolphins returned to the practice field on Thursday and welcomed back Tight End, Anthony Fasano. Fasano was injured in Sunday’s win over the Redskins and sat out practice on Wednesday. Tony Sparano confirmed that Fasano returned to practice on Thursday, albeit on a limited basis. It is unknown if Fasano will be [...]
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