12:44 AM EST, Fri November 28, 2014

CB Finnegan out, TE Clay questionable for Miami

          Miami is already reshuffling their offensive line after the season-ending injury to LT Branden Albert. Now they’ll be without one of their starting cornerbacks Thursday night. CB Cortland Finnegan suffered an ankle injury against the Lions last Sunday and on the short week he’s been declared out for the game […]

LaMichael James will fill vacant Albert roster spot

We knew yesterday afternoon Branden Albert was done for the season which meant there would be a vacant roster spot once the Dolphins put the left tackle on the injured reserve list. Well, the Dolphins put Albert on IR, according...

Branden Albert: 'I WILL come back stronger'

Branden Albert didn't speak after Sunday's loss to Detroit -- his last game of the season because he suffered a knee injury that ended his season and will require surgery. But as this is 2014 and anyone can speak through...

Dolphins’ Branden Albert officially out for season; RB LaMichael James promoted

Dolphins coach Joe Philblin officially announced today that left tackle Branden Albert is going to the injured reserve list. The Palm Beach Post first reported on Sunday that Albert tore his ACL and MCL and would miss the rest of the season. It’s a serious injury that could have effects going into next season. When asked if Albert will be able to play again, Philbin said “I’m sure he’ll be back.” Rookie Ja’Wuan James, a right tackle in college and early in his NFL career, will move to left tackle. The domino effect could mean Dallas Thomas at right tackle and [More]

Dolphins LT Branden Albert likely suffered ACL/MCL tear, expected to miss rest of season

For full coverage of Sunday’s Dolphins game click here DETROIT — Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert, one of Miami’s least replaceable players, is expected to miss the rest of the season. Albert is believed to have an ACL/MCL tear but the team won’t know for sure until he has an MRI, the Palm Beach Post has learned. He was in obvious pain when he was carted off the field in the second quarter of Sunday’s 20-16 loss to Detroit. “He’s such a good dude, such a great player,” guard Mike Pouncey said. “You hate to see that happen to these kinds of players [More]

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