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5-5, 2nd in AFC East

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Ryan Tannehill threw yesterday and it went well, Adam Gase said. He's on a progression plan with throw distance & pitch count. Dolphins goal is to get him to practice where he doesn't feel a lot of pain and maybe have a shot for Indy, Nov. 25. But Miami's hope is just that right now. It's not clipboard time for Brock Osweiler yet.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Adam Gase said Jakeem Grant (foot, in walking boot after the game) & DeVante Parker (shoulder, in sling after the game) are having MRIs. He said nobody brought up those guys missing the rest of the season to him. Gase said they might not have 46 healthy guys to play if they had a game Sunday. He gave them the whole week off for the bye.

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Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Stuck in the middle — Dolphins bye week plans should center around getting healthy and fixing their anemic offense.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Brock Osweiler: "I need to be better. This organization deserves better."

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins lost Jakeem Grant for the game to a leg injury. He's been battling an Achilles injury for weeks and was carted off the field. DeVante Parker also went into the locker room with a shoulder injury. When it rains, it pours for Miami.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins CB Bobby McCain is out with a head injury. He took an illegal blindside block from Equanimeous St. Brown. McCain was down for about a minute or two before slowly walking to the locker room.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins moved the ball with ease, and their backup heavy OL is holding up so far with just one sack allowed and 99 rushing yards. The difference lies in the red zone. Dolphins are 0-3, and have just 6 points to show for those trips. Packers are 2-2.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Frank Gore now has 14 consecutive seasons, every one of his NFL career, with 500+ rushing yards. That is most in NFL history. Gore keeps trucking. He has 7 carries for 68 yards on Dolphins first two drives.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Reshad Jones is not playing for the first quarter, discipline from not re-entered last week's game after being taken out in rotation. Minkah Fitzpatrick and T.J. McDonald started at safety.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins have now gone 20 straight games without an opening drive TD and 13 straight games without an opening drive point, both the longest active streaks in the NFL.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins inactives: Laremy Tunsil, Ju'Wuan James, Ryan Tannehill, Ted Larsen, Jonathan Woodard, Durham Smythe, Charles Harris

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Laremy Tunsil and Ju'Wuan James are inactive. Both of Dolphins starting OTs were questionable with knee injuries, and now they won't go vs. Packers. Starting LG Ted Larsen is inactive, too. Not ideal. Dolphins starting OL: LT Zach Sterup LG Jake Brendel C Travis Swanson RG Jesse Davis RT Sam Young Davis is the only starter from opening day. Miami is on their 3rd LG.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Charles Harris will miss his 5th consecutive game with a calf injury. Ted Larsen is doubtful meaning Miami will go to Jake Brendel or Wesley Johnson at LG Sunday. G Issac Asiata was also promoted from the practice squad, Kiko Alonso popped up with a Friday ankle injury and he's questionable. Ju'Wuan James, Laremy Tunsil, Jakeem Grant (Achilles) among those questionable at Packers.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Burke says there was "some sort of disconnect" with Reshad Jones. Burke said this week he "wasted too much energy" on things not involved Packers (Jones situation). He says there all on the same page and trying to move toward Green Bay. Burke also says he's confident that if Reshad Jones is pulled from the game via rotation going forward that there won't an issue. He indicated that players knew a rotation at S would happen last Sunday. He didn't want to speak for Jones on why there was a disconnect.

Bruschi: Packers primed for bounce-back game vs. Dolphins (0:43)

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Reshad Jones says he has no regrets about what happened Sunday involving him not re-entering the game. He's adamant that he's "never been a quitter."

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL confirms the Dolphins were fined $30K and Adam Gase was fined $15K for violating the NFL Injury Report Policy before team's Oct. 14 game vs. Bears. A source says the issue came from Ryan Tannehill being listed as a full participant on Thursday Oct.11 practice when he missed some of his normal reps. He should have been listed as limited.

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Dolphins' Jones on leaving game: Never a quitter

Dolphins Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones is adamant that he has no regrets after pulling himself from Sunday's 13-6 win over the New York Jets after 10 snaps.

Team Stats

Passing Yards207.7
Rushing Yards105.9
Points For19.9
Points Against25.6