With the exception of wide receiver DeVante Parker, the Dolphins should have their entire 53-man roster available for their season opener against the Tennessee Titans.
Quarterback Brock Osweiler (knee) was added to the injury report Friday, but he was listed as a full participant and did not have a game status designation, meaning he will be available.
The same goes for the other players on the Dolphins injury report: RB Frank Gore (Achilles/Not Injury Related), WR Jakeem Grant (shoulder), G Ted Larsen (knee) and G Josh Sitton (shoulder). All of them were listed as full participants in practice Friday.
Parker (finger) was listed as doubtful after being limited in practice Friday and sitting out the first two practices of the week.
Tennessee listed four players as out, including their top two 2018 draft picks, linebacker Rashaan Evans (hamstring) and outside linebacker Harold Landry (ankle). Evans and Dolphins rookie first-round pick Minkah Fitzpatrick were teammates at the University of Alabama.
Also listed as out was starting right tackle Jack Conklin, who is coming back from an ACL injury sustained in the playoffs last season. Veteran Dennis Kelly is expected to take his place in the starting lineup. Also listed as out was safety Kendrick Lewis, who was the only Tennessee player who didn't practice all week.
Veteran outside linebacker Derrick Morgan (knee) did not have a game status designation, meaning he will be available. He was a full participant in practice the past two days after being limited Wednesday.