The Miami Dolphins have announced their inactive list for todays game against the Carolina Panthers and typical inactives highlight the active list. We can jump right into the surprise of the day with Noah Igbinoghene actually being active today.
The Miami Dolphins and Carolina Panthers are about 90 minutes from game time in a Week 12 inter-conference showdown. Among the final preparations for each team is the release of their respective inactive players list.
Miami will be without one of their up-and-coming defensive players for their Week 12 matchup with the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, as Brandon Jones will be inactive due to ankle and elbow injuries that limited him in practice throughout the week.
Safety Brandon Jones has been lining up every week despite always being on the injury report with an ankle injury, but he'll miss the Week 12 game against the Carolina Panthers now that he's got an elbow injury on top of it.
The Wild Cat should be alive and well for the Miami Dolphins today when they play the Carolina Panthers because they are not very creative. It pains me to say it but every time I close my eyes I see Tua Tagovailoa running towards the sideline and Myles Gaskin left alone under center.
Before the Miami Dolphins take on the Carolina Panthers on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium, they made three moves that will affect their roster. The team announced Saturday that they would be placing defensive back Elijah Campbell on injured reserve.
As the Miami Dolphins prepare for the Carolina Panthers, the team will need rookie safety Jevon Holland to play a major role. On Friday, head coach Brian Flores officially announced that the former Oregon Duck safety and second-round pick Jevon Holland would be active for the team’s Week 12 matchup.
I’m far from an expert but if you ask me, the Will Fuller experiment in Miami is over and I’m ok with that. Will Fuller, formerly of the Houston Texans signed with the Miami Dolphins back in March of 2021.
Which players should the Miami Dolphins be game planning for ahead of Sunday’s home matchup against the Carolina Panthers? After the Miami Dolphins upset the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Night Football a few weeks back, talk began about the slim possibility of Miami playing their way back in to contention.
The Miami Dolphins notched up another win against the New York Jets on Sunday behind strong play from quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, taking the first of two meetings this season, 24-17 in their MetLife Takeover. Tua and the Offensive Battle After a dead first half, the Dolphins came alive and pulled away from the Jets.
The Miami Dolphins (3-7) face the New York Jets (2-7) at MetLife Stadium on Sunday for Week 11 of the NFL. The Dolphins started the week as 2.5-point favorites but the spread has since moved to 3.0, leaving the Dolphins at -165 and Jets at +145.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa missed two straight starts and was limited in practice on Wednesday ahead of Sunday's game at the New York Jets because of the fracture in the middle finger on his throwing hand.