Ravens-Dolphins final injury report

October, 4, 2013
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DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens released their final injury report before Sunday’s game at Sun Life Stadium.

Here is a look at game status for each team:

Ravens (2-2)

Doubtful: DT Terrence Cody (knee), C Ryan Jensen (foot)

Questionable: LB Arthur Brown (shoulder), WR Marlon Brown (thigh), RB Shaun Draughn (ankle), WR Jacoby Jones (knee), LB Albert McClellan (shoulder), DT Marcus Spears (knee), WR Brandon Stokley (thigh), CB Lardarius Webb (thigh), WR Deonte Thompson (concussion).

Analysis: The Ravens are banged up and have a lot of questionable players. It’s interesting to note that Stokley, Spears and McClellan did not practice Friday, which could be an indication of which players will suit up on Sunday.

Dolphins (3-1)

Out: CB Dimitri Patterson (groin)

Questionable: DE Cameron Wake (knee), LB Jason Trusnik (ribs), Don Jones (elbow), WR Brandon Gibson (ankle)

Probable: DT Paul Soliai (knee), LB Dannell Ellerbe (knee), S Chris Clemons (glute), LB Koa Misi (shoulder), LB Jonathan Freeny (shoulder), CB Nolan Carroll (ankle)

Analysis: Wake is the big question in Miami for the second week in row with a knee sprain. He’s practiced everyday in a limited capacity, but will be a game-time decision. The Dolphins will be without Patterson for the fourth consecutive game, and the goal is to get him healthy after the bye week. Nolan Carroll will continue to start in place of Patterson. The special teams will be interesting with Trusnik (ribs) and Don Jones (arm) both questionable. I think Trusnik has the best chance to play of the two. Slot receiver Brandon Gibson has had an ankle injury for a few weeks and continues to play through it.

James Walker | email

ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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