Dolphins injury update: 3 players listed as doubtful for Sunday vs. Giants

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The Miami Dolphins held their final practice of the week in preparation for their Week 13 matchup with the New York Giants at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday.

There were three players who were limited on Friday that are listed as doubtful on the injury report, including running back Phillip Lindsay (ankle), tight end Adam Shaheen (knee), cornerback Trill Williams (hamstring).

Shaheen will likely be replaced by rookie Hunter Long again who played a career-high 24 snaps against Carolina last week. Maybe this will be the week he gets his first reception.

If the newly-arrived Lindsay can’t go, the Dolphins have plenty of options to turn to, including Salvon Ahmed, Patrick Laird, and Duke Johnson.

Safety Brandon Jones (ankle/elbow) and linebacker Jaelan Phillips (hip) were also limited Friday and were listed as questionable for the game.

Jones missed last week but said he was preparing to play throughout this week, and Phillips will probably play, as he was limited throughout practice last week and still appeared in the game.

Safety Jevon Holland (ankle) was a full participant Friday, and right guard Robert Hunt (back) was upgraded from limited to full. Wide receivers Jaylen Waddle (glute) and Preston Williams (knee) were removed completely from the report Friday which is great news for Miami.