Dolphins expect guard Billy Turner (knee) to play against the Eagles

DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins (3-5) are expected to have starting guard Billy Turner ready for Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles (4-4).

Turner, who is listed questionable with a knee injury, missed Wednesday’s practice but returned on Thursday and Friday. He is a key against a the Eagles' stout defensive line and has helped the running game since taking over as a full-time starter in Week 6.

“Very high, I feel great about that,” Dan Campbell said of Turner and his knee injury. “I went from great to good back to great. It won’t be an issue.”

Also, first-round pick DeVante Parker (foot) practiced all week and is listed as questionable. He missed last week’s game against the Buffalo Bills.

“As of right now, we feel pretty good about him being able to go out and play for us,” Campbell said.

Here is the full injury report for the Dolphins:

Out: RT Ja’Wuan James (toe)

Doubtful: LB Spencer Paysinger (neck)

Questionable: G Billy Turner (knee), WR DeVante Parker (foot)

Probable: CB Brice McCain (knee), LB Jelani Jenkins (ankle), LB Koa Misi (foot), DT Jordan Phillips (knee), RB Damien Williams (hand), S Jordan Kovacs (knee)