Defensive end Cameron Wake and cornerback Bobby McCain, who both have missed the past two games because of knee injuries, were listed as questionable on the Dolphins’ final injury report of the week in preparation for the game against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
In what can only be viewed as good news, Wake and McCain both were full participants in practice Friday.
Three other Dolphins players were listed as questionable: tight end A.J. Derby (foot), safety T.J. McDonald (knee) and wide receiver DeVante Parker (quadricep). McDonald and Parker were full participants in practice Friday, while Derby was limited after being a full participant the past two days.
The other six players who appeared on the injury report this week — Danny Amendola, Andre Branch, Jesse Davis, Frank Gore, Jakeem Grant and Reshad Jones — did not get a game status designation, meaning they’ll be available Sunday.
For Detroit, running back Theo Riddick was ruled out because of a knee injury and three other players were listed as questionable: DE Ezekiel Ansah (shoulder), G T.J. Lang (concussion) and TE Michael Roberts (knee).