After last Sunday’s impressive victory over the Steelers, the Dolphins must show they can play equally well against the Bills.
Offensive Coordinator Clyde Christensen said the Dolphins were pleased with how Duarte was progressing while also pointing out the team had a specific plan for the former UCLA standout.
The award comes one day after Ajayi was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his 204-yard, two-touchdown performance in the Dolphins’ 30-15 victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
Linebacker Spencer Paysinger was an addition to the injury report; he was listed as a limited participant with a hamstring/calf injury.
It probably wasn’t a coincidence that the Dolphins had their best offensive showing of the season in their convincing 30-15 victory in a game that saw the projected starting offensive line together for the first time all season.
This Sunday will be the second time Alonso has faced his first NFL team because Philadelphia faced the Bills last season at Lincoln Financial Field.
As part of Throwback Thursday, each week we update the current professional and personal status of a Dolphins alumnus. This week, we feature former kicker Olindo Mare.
The Dolphins will be doing something unique at Sunday’s game, honoring 27 former players and one former coach who have started charities and foundations to help those in need.
Tannehill stands fourth among quarterbacks in the NFL in average yards gained per pass attempt at 8.11.
Williams has played three seasons with the Chiefs (2014-16), appearing in 21 games with 14 tackles.
Each award recipient will be presented with a plaque on the field during the Oct. 23 Dolphins home game at Hard Rock Stadium against the Buffalo Bills.
Running back Arian Foster (hamstring) and linebacker Jelani Jenkins (groin) both remain on the injury report, but they both were listed as full participants in practice Wednesday.
Culliver’s first appearance in a Dolphins practice came exactly 10 weeks after he was signed.