Dolphins injury update: Tua Tagovailoa officially questionable vs. Ravens

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The Miami Dolphins held their first full practice of the week on Wednesday after having walk-throughs on Monday and Tuesday in preparation for their game against the Baltimore Ravens.

There were three changes made to the injury report from Tuesday to Wednesday.

Center Greg Mancz (ankle) was removed from the report, as he was placed on injured reserve by the team Wednesday afternoon. However, the team did get good news in the form of linebacker Jerome Baker (knee) and safety Brandon Jones (ankle) participating fully in practice.

The two players that remained limited, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (left finger) and defensive back Elijah Campbell (toe), were both listed as questionable for the matchup.

Tagovailoa will likely be a game-time decision this week, and it will be determined by if he can make all of the throws, as Brian Flores said that’s what kept him out last week. If he can’t go, it will be Jacoby Brissett leading the Dolphins for the fifth time this season.

This will be an extremely tough game against the Ravens, so the Dolphins will need as many of their guys on the field as they can get.