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Miami LB Donald Butler will start at strong-side linebacker on Thursday night with Koa Misi (neck) ruled out.

In addition, the Dolphins will be scaling back CB Byron Maxwell's involvement this week. The Miami defense has struggled early in the 2016 season and will face Andy Dalton in Week 4 after taking on Cody Kessler, Jimmy Garoppolo, and an injured Russell Wilson. Dalton has taken a league-high 12 sacks through three games, but the Dolphins D/ST is still a risky bet in fantasy leagues on Thursday night.
Sep 29 - 7:07 PM

The Dolphins have announced Damien Williams as their Week 4 starter at running back.

Ajayi was the closest thing the Dolphins had to a nominal "starter" in Arian Foster's absence, but the Dolphins are going to give Williams a whirl after Ajayi and Drake were ineffective in Week 3. Isaiah Pead should also be involved. Despite the "starter" tag, Williams is best avoided in fantasy leagues. The same goes for Pead and Drake.
Sep 29 - 7:06 PM

The Dolphins have announced Damien Williams as their Week 4 starter at running back.

Coach Adam Gase is sending shockwaves through his team, benching starters on both sides of the ball. Not that Jay Ajayi and Kenyan Drake were actual starters. A four-man committee between Williams, Drake, Ajayi and Isaiah Pead remains likely. The situation should be avoided at all costs for fantasy purposes. Williams won't see more than 10-12 touches, and even that might not happen.
Sep 29 - 7:02 PM

Dolphins declared LT Branden Albert (ankle) inactive for Week 4 vs. the Bengals.

LG Laremy Tunsil, drafted in the first round as a tackle, will kick over to the blindside. Albert was a game-time decision, and should be back for Week 5. Also inactive for the Dolphins are RB Arian Foster, C Mike Pouncey, C Anthony Steen, LB Jelani Jenkins, LB Koa Misi and TE Jordan Cameron. With Pouncey and Steen sidelined, the Dolphins are down to their third-string center.
Sep 29 - 6:58 PM

Texans reserve RB Jonathan Grimes will be sidelined "roughly a month" with a cracked fibula.

Grimes had been running as the Texans' No. 3 running back. At this time, he doesn't appear headed to injured reserve. His absence creates an opening for rookie Tyler Ervin, whose NFL career is off to a very rough start thanks to special teams miscues.
Sep 29 - 6:34 PM

The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are scaling back CB Byron Maxwell's snaps for Week 4.

NFL.com's Mike Garofolo reports Maxwell has bene outright benched, and that Tony Lippett will start opposite rookie Xavien Howard. Maxwell's dismal Eagles play has carried over to Miami, where he's been one of the league's worst corners on 244 snaps. A second-year fifth-rounder, Lippett is also a disaster waiting to happen. He hasn't played a defensive snap this season. Miami's secondary is a massive trouble spot.
Sep 29 - 6:32 PM

Matt Forte (knee) was upgraded to "full" in Thursday's practice.

The Jets were just managing Forte's reps on Wednesday. He'll be good to go as an RB2 against the Seahawks' typically elite defense.
Sep 29 - 6:25 PM

Chris Ivory (knee, ankle) was upgraded to "full" in Thursday's practice.

Ivory will be good to go as a touchdown-dependent RB3 for Jacksonville's London clash with the Colts.
Sep 29 - 6:23 PM
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