Brian Flores provided an update on three injured Dolphins Wednesday

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  • Miami Dolphins
    Miami Dolphins
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  • Brian Flores
    Brian Flores
    American football coach
  • Will Fuller
    American football wide receiver
  • Malcolm Brown
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  • Phillip Lindsay
    Phillip Lindsay
    American football running back

The Miami Dolphins have had their fair share of injuries this season that significantly impacted their play.

Ahead of Wednesday’s walkthrough, Dolphins head coach Brian Flores provided an update on three key players who have missed time with injuries.

Flores said that running back Phillip Lindsay would be participating in the walkthrough while running back Malcolm Brown and wide receiver Will Fuller would not be.

Lindsay missed last week’s matchup with the New York Giants due to an ankle injury that kept him out of practice, but with the bye week, the team is hoping he has enough time to rest up to help in the last four games.

Brown and Fuller have both been on the injured reserve for multiple weeks. Fuller has been out since suffering a finger injury in Week 4, and Flores hasn’t said much about the injury since then. Brown landed on injured reserve after Week 7 when he suffered a quad injury, and the Dolphins have continued to run poorly since.

If Fuller’s return ever does come, it would open up a ton of underneath space for Miami’s other weapons, allowing Jaylen Waddle, DeVante Parker, and Mike Gesicki to wreak havoc on opposing defenses. However, no one will be holding their breath for that.