Brice McCain (knee) is active for Sunday's game at Buffalo.
McCain returns to action after missing the last two games and will likely reclaim his starting spot opposite Brent Grimes.
Brice McCain (knee) is probable for Sunday's game.
McCain, after being limited in practice the last two days, was a full participant in practice Friday and appears poised to play Sunday after a two-game absence. He'll likely take over his customary role as starting cornerback opposite Brent Grimes when the Miami Dolphins take on Bills.
Brice McCain (knee) was a limited participant at practice Thursday.
McCain hasn't been able to play since Week 6 due to a knee injury, but the veteran corner back was able to practice the last two days. He'll likely receive a questionable designation heading into Sunday's game, but there is a chance McCain could suit up against the Bills Sunday.
Brice McCain (knee) is inactive for Thursday's game in New England.
With McCain inactive, the Miami Dolphins will likely start Brent Grimes and Jamar Taylor on the outside, with Bobby McCain serving as the nickelback. Bobby may actually be an upgrade on Brice, who was struggling prior to his injury.
Brice McCain (knee) is listed as questionable for Thursday's matchup against the Patriots, Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel reports.
McCain, the Miami Dolphins main nickel corner back, wasn't able to play against the Texans last week due to a right knee sprain. While he was able to participate in each of the Dolphins' walk-through practices this week it's unclear if he will be able to suit up Thursday. If McCain is unable to play, rookie Bobby McCain may have to play in his place.
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