Jevon Holland, Terron Armstead among 5 Dolphins not practicing

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Safety Jevon Holland left tackle Terron Armstead were among five Dolphins who did not practice Wednesday.

Holland was sidelined because of a neck injury he sustained in Miami’s loss to the Buffalo Bills last Saturday night. He missed most of the final possession of the first half but returned for the second half and wore a neck roll. Holland, who said he sustained a stinger after hitting his arm, said he may continue to wear the neck roll in the team’s Christmas Day home game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

“My neck is fine,” he said Monday. “Spinal cord looks all good and everything is straight like that. It was just preventative and you want to make sure that you’re taking care of yourself and being protective.

Armstead did not practice because of the lingering injuries to his toe, pectoral and knee.

Wide receiver River Cracraft (calf), running back Raheem Mostert (vet rest) and linebacker Melvin Ingram (vet rest) also did not practice.

Safety Eric Rowe, who did not play against the Bills because of a hamstring injury, returned to practice and was limited. Running back Jeff Wilson Jr., who also didn’t play against Buffalo because of a hip injury, cornerback Keion Crossen (knee), offensive tackle Eric Fisher (calf), linebackers Jaelan Phillips (toe) and Duke Riley (ribs) and tight end Durham Smythe (quad) were also limited.

Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who has been limited in practice for multiple weeks and has missed the previous five games with a knee injury, was a full participant. McDaniel has previously said Bridgewater is close to returning to his backup role on game day.

Defensive back Elijah Campbell, who did not play against the Bills because of a concussion, was a full participant. Cornerback Kader Kohou (thumb) also fully participated.