The Miami Dolphins have now released their Friday injury report and it shows that two of their players have officially been ruled out for the Sunday game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ruled out on Friday for the Dolphins were tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion) and cornerback Xavien Howard (knee).
Listed as questionable on Friday by the Dolphins were safety Reshad Jones (groin), safety Isa Abdul-Quddus (knee), running back Arian Foster (hamstring), linebacker Jelani Jenkins (groin), guard Anthony Steen (ankle), tackle Laremy Tunsil (ankle), wide receiver Jakeem Grant (ankle), and tight end MarQueis Gray (calf). Of that group of players, only Jones, Jenkins and Foster were limited during the team’s Friday practice.
As it stands right now, Jones and Foster appear to be the most questionable to play. Jones sat out on Wednesday and Thursday while Foster was limited all three days this week. Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Friday that both of those players will be game time decisions.
So far this season, players listed as questionable by the Dolphins have wound up dressing 79.41% of the time. Jones has not missed a game so far this season while Foster hasn’t played since Week 2.