With the Dolphins not conducting their customary Wednesday practice, their first injury report of the week was based on an estimation.
Under that estimation, nine players would have sat out practice Wednesday, two of them new names on the injury report: defensive end Andre Branch (knee) and cornerback Xavien Howard (illness).
The other seven listed as not practicing (again based on an estimation): G Jermon Bushrod (foot), QB Matt Moore (foot), C Mike Pouncey (hip), DT Ndamukong Suh (knee), CB Cordrea Tankersley (ankle/shoulder), S Michael Thomas (knee) and RB Damien Williams (shoulder).
Bushrod, Moore, Tankersley and Williams all missed the game against New England on Monday night because of injuries.
Defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (ankle) was listed as limited based on the estimation, and tight end MarQueis Gray (shoulder) was listed as a full participant.
The big news on the Buffalo injury report Wednesday was quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who missed the Week 14 game against the Indianapolis Colts because of a knee injury, being listed as a full participant.
Quarterback Nathan Peterman, who started in place of Taylor against Indy but left the game because of a concussion, was listed as limited.
Tackle Cordy Glenn (illness/foot/ankle), wide receiver Andre Holmes (neck) and defensive tackle Kyle Williams (groin) did not practice.
Four other players were limited: WR Kelvin Benjamin (knee), TE Charles Clay (knee), T Seantrel Henderson (back) and RB LeSean McCoy (knee). Along with Taylor, players listed as full participants were CB Leonard Johnson (knee) and G John Miller (ankle).