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Delhomme to start; Dolphins D now fantasy gold

Posted on: December 1, 2010 12:04 pm
 

Posted by Andy Benoit

With Colt McCoy still nursing a high ankle sprain, Jake Delhomme will get the start under center for the Browns this week. Cleveland travels to Miami to face the Dolphins for what could be the most banal regular season game in NFL history.

Delhomme, who threw two picks in the win over Carolina last Sunday, was expected to take a bulk of the first team reps in practice Wednesday. Eric Mangini said backup Seneca Wallace would get some work, as well. McCoy is improving but still not practicing.

Remember, McCoy only got a chance to play because Delhomme and Wallace suffered high ankle sprains of their own earlier in the year. Has any team ever had three different quarterbacks all suffer the same injury within a two-month span?

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