After all, in Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams, the Miami Dolphins may eventually play their best offensively, but they will not have key special team players.
Defensive guard Jamal Perry is one of the special team̵
Terminator Adam Shaheen (Adam Shaheen) is the only player to be designated in the game, and he is listed as a suspicious player with a shoulder injury.
Shaheen was restricted all week. When the Dolphins played their final game with the New York Jets on October 18, his name was not injured in the game.
The four players who left the game early due to injuries will all play against the Rams, including wider receiver DeVante Parker.
Pike is restricted in practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but is an official participant on Friday.
In fact, on Friday, except for Perry and Shaheen, everyone else was an official participant.
Parker (Tua Tagovailoa) is about to make his debut in the National Football League (NFL), which is obviously good news, and owning Shaheen will also be a reward.
For the Rams, there is only one player in their active lineup who is not sure (unless there is a later development) who will not play. This is the tense situation of Taylor Higby.
After being restricted throughout the week, he was listed as a suspicious hand injury. Head coach Sean McVay said it will be the game time decision.
Higby ranked third at the Rams reception with 18 points, 222 yards in qualifying, and tied for third with Robert Woods, leading in touchdown catches.
The tight guy Gerald Everett has 15 catches.
For reasons unrelated to injuries, defensive rebounder Michael Brockers was listed as a restricted player on Friday, but he did not specify the state of the game, which means he will play.