Dolphins safety Reshad Jones is active for Week 2 at Jacksonville, the team announed. Jones injured his hamstring in last week's game, and only put in limited practices on Thursday and Friday. He's averaged over 100 tackles each season since 2012.
Dolphins safety Reshad Jones has been listed as questionable for the Sunday clash at Jacksonville, per the Palm Beach Post. Jones sustained a hamstring injury late in the Week 1 game against Washington. He was held out of Wednesday practice, but worked on a limited basis Thursday and Friday.
Dolphins safety Reshad Jones (hamstring) returned to practice in a limited fashion Thursday, the Associated Press reports. Jones is still far from a sure thing for Sunday's game in Jacksonville, but his return to practice after sitting out Wednesday at least shows he's trending in the right direction.
Dolphins safety Reshad Jones (hamstring) is not expected to play Sunday against the Jaguars, according to the Miami Herald. The Dolphins might elect to play it safe with Jones and keep him out of the game rather than risk a setback. Jones injured the hamstring during Sunday's win over Washington.
A shakeup in the Dolphins secondary has landed Reshad Jones back as starting safety and Jimmy Wilson returning to the slot corner spot he played last year. Jones worked with the first team Wednesday after serving with the backups earlier in the week, according to the Miami Herald. He had been suspended four games for violating the league drug policy. He might have taken longer to get back to his familiar role had usual slot corner Cortland Finnegan not missed practice with a neck injury Wilson, meanwhile, feels fine in the slot. "I became real comfortable last year," Wilson said. "I played well. I feel like I was one of the best slot corners in the league last year. And it's not like I haven't been covering anyone one-on-one. I still do one-on-one every single day and all through camp."