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Defensive end DeVante Parker Jersey ,cond straight day. The veteran lineman is dealing with a knee injury that he received two weeks ago against the Raiders. Adam Gase isn’t sure yet if Wake will play Sunday or not. Andre Branch may be set to return on Sunday and could start if Wake is sidelined.You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.Dolphins DE Cameron Wake did not practice for second straight dayThe Dolphins don’t go to Cincinnati often and haven’t won there since 2012.Dolphins Running BacksDolphins’ Frank Gore: We can create more carries by staying on fieldIn the moments after the Dolphins were crushed at New England, coach Adam Gase admitted he needs to...Dolphins Offensive LineDolphins have lost two starters on OL to injury already this yearThe Dolphins’ offensive line wants to bury last week’s game against New England and neve...Dolphins LinebackersMiami Dolphins’ Raekwon McMillan: ‘I’ve got to play better.’It was brought to Raekwon McMillan’s attention that on the Miami Dolphins roster, he’s n...Return Of The Buckeye: McMillan Back In Ohio To Face BengalsLinebacker Raekwon McMillan is going back to Ohio this weekend, back to the state where he became a two-time All-American in college.Dolphins SecondaryXavien Howard haunted by A.J. Green ‘You Got Mossed!’ momentTwo years ago, Xavien Howard was watching ESPN when he saw a video of A.J.AC In The AM: How Good Can Xavien Howard Be?You look at the game-tilting plays he makes, the top-tier receivers he covers and the manner in which he approaches his job, and it’s difficult to believe that Xavien Howard is just in his third NFL season.Dolphins at BengalsBengals coach Marvin Lewis expects better effort from DolphinsThe Bengals and Dolphins aren’t that different.Miami Dolphins: Thursday practice report; who’s sitting out?The Dolphins returned to practice on Thursday and moved indoors.Phinisder News You May Have MissedThe Splash Zone 10/4/18: Injury Updates From Wednesday’s Practice - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.Miami Dolphins Film Room: TE Mike Gesicki, New England Patriots, Week 4 - The PhinsiderRookie Mike Gesicki received the bulk of the snaps at TE. Let’s dive in and see how he looked in Foxborough.Phinsider Mailbag for Miami Dolphins Week 5: Adam Gase hot seat, Ryan Tannehill inaccuracies, cornerbacks - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins were destroyed last Sunday as they visited the New England Patriots, losing the game 38-7 and never looking like they belonged on the same field as their AFC East rivals....It’s Back To Reality For Dolphin Fans - The PhinsiderWell Kenyan Drake Jersey , we probably should have seen this one coming. Take an improving Miami Dolphins team that, although entering Sunday’s game at 3-0, easily could have lost two of its first three games, a...Predicting the Dolphins’ depth chart 2018: 53-man roster edition The Miami Dolphins completed their cuts down to the 53-man roster limit on Saturday, then picked up a couple of waiver claims on Sunday, followed by the signing of a free agent on Monday. Now, as the team looks forward to their Sunday regular season opener against the Tennessee Titans, things should start to settle down a little.Which raises the question of, how will the 53-man roster be shaped into a depth chart? Currently, the team’s online depth chart is organized simply in the order of the first depth chart from the preseason, with players released removed from the chart - leaving example of the Dolphins having a first-team, second-team, fifth-team, and sixth-team tight end. We predict how the depth chart, which will be released this week Xavien Howard Jersey , could be built:QuarterbacksRyan TannehillBrock OsweilerDavid FalesLuke FalkThe only debate at the quarterback position is who is two and three, Osweiler or Fales? And, at the end of the day, it does not really matter. The Dolphins are carrying four quarterbacks right now, which seems odd, but actually makes some sense. Head coach Adam Gase prefers Fales, but he has not performed well in the games. Osweiler has more experience if it is needed, while Falk is the developmental quarterback that Gase wanted in this year’s draft but could not get, and now has. At some point, Miami will likely release Osweiler or Fales, but for a few weeks, keeping four quarterbacks until one establishes himself as the true second-string seems fine.Running backsKenyan DrakeFrank GoreKalen BallageSenorise PerryThis also feels fairly straight forward. Drake will be at the top, while Gore will see plenty of playing time. Ballage showed he is ready to make an impact as well, while Perry can contribute on offense, but is more of a special teams player right now.Wide receiversDeVante ParkerKenny StillsDanny AmendolaAlbert WilsonJakeem GrantTanner McEvoyThe Dolphins seem to believe Parker and Grant will be ready for Week 1 Laremy Tunsil Jersey , with Parker taking his place atop the depth chart - more from potential he still needs to reach than anything else. Stills will probably be the top receiver for Miami (at least, according to my predictions), while Amendola will become the security blanket receiver. Wilson and Grant will have plenty of opportunities as the team exploits matchups. McEvoy will be playing catch-up with the playbook this week as he was added on Sunday via waivers.Tight endsMike GesickiMarQueis GrayA.J. DerbyDurham SmytheGesicki should be the primary tight end, with Gray filling in as the second tight end in most instances. Derby will probably be the other pass catching option, while Smythe will be primarily a blocking tight end - though he has good enough hands to be out on routes at time as well.Offensive lineLaremy TunsilJosh SittonDaniel KilgoreJesse DavisJa’Wuan JamesTed LarsenZach SterupTravis SwansonThe starting offensive line is set with Tunsil at left tackle, Sitton at left guard, Kilgore at center, Davis at right guard, and James at right tackle. Behind them, Larsen will be the primary interior reserve, while Sterup has the tackle positions. Swanson gives the team a center option, though he has to catch up on the play book after signing on Monday. Sam Young was released this weekend, but he could be an option to re-sign either this week or after Week 1 in order to prevent his contract becoming full guaranteed.UPDATE: As this was in the process of publishing, I saw the news that Young had been re-signed and Maurice Smith was released. Slide Young into the spot between James and Larsen, and he will serve as the swing tackle.Defensive endCameron WakeRobert QuinnCharles HarrisAndre BranchWilliam HayesThe depth chart for the defensive ends really does not matter as all five should see plenty of playing time. Wake and Quinn should be on the field first Cordrea Tankersley Jersey , with Harris and Branch rotating into the game regularly. Hayes will likely be the primary run stopping defensive end, while also moving inside to play defensive tackle. Wake could see his snap count down compared to last year, as the Dolphins look to save him throughout the season for pass rushing opportunities. In that case, I would expect Harris to see additional playing time.Defensive tacklesAkeem SpenceJordan PhillipsDavon GodchauxVincent TaylorSpence has been quiet this preseason, but he should be locked into the starting lineup. Phillips pushes ahead of Godchaux in this projection, but it is probably a coin toss as to who should be where. Taylor’s performance this summer proves he needs playing time as well. Look for all four of the players to rotate regularly this year.LinebackersJerome BakerRaekwon McMillanKiko AlonsoChase AllenStephone AnthonyThe starting lineup should have McMillan in the middle, with Baker and Alonso on the outside. Allen will likely be the primary reserve linebacker, while Anthony will see playing time when needed and could work his way back up the depth chart after initially being seen as a starter candidate over Baker.CornerbacksXavien HowardBobby McCainCordrea TankersleyTorry McTyerCornell ArmstrongHoward and McCain should be the stop two cornerbacks. The blank spot above is Fitzpatrick’s nickel corner position, though he is listed in the safeties. Tankersley needs to prove he can be more consistent and could eventually re-earn the starter role, pushing McCain to nickel. McTyer has been impressive at times this summer, while Armstrong should provide solid depth.SafetiesReshad JonesT.J. McDonaldMinkah FitzpatrickMaurice SmithWalt AikensJones is a Pro Bowl strong safety, McDonald is a really good strong safety who can play free safety - at least as far as the Dolphins are concerned - and Fitzpatrick is a free safety who will play nickel cornerback. Expect to see all three of them on the field plenty this year. Smith provides depth while Aikens is a special teams ace.UPDATE: Smith is out of the depth chart now with the addition of Young back to the roster.KickerJason SandersThe drafted rookie won the position battle.PunterMatt HaackHaack is the punter. What else to say?Long SnapperJohn DenneyThe Dolphins released Denney and re-signed him in order to make roster space on Sunday, which may be the greatest phrase I have ever written on the site.

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