When the Miami Dolphins released their inactives list prior to Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans, there was a surprising name on the list: Laremy Tunsil.

The first-round pick began the season as the Dolphins' starting left guard, and had shifted over to left tackle for their Week 4 game against the Bengals due to an injury to starter Branden Albert. He was expected to start at left tackle again in Week 5.

Instead, it was announced that he wouldn't play due to an injured ankle. What happened?

According to ESPN, Tunsil slipped while getting out of the shower and his ankle swelled up so badly that the team's doctors had to advise that he not play in the game.

The strange circumstance of his injury, of course, is not the only time Tunsil has been involved in strange happenings in the NFL. Expected to be the No. 1 overall pick at one point, Tunsil slipped to No. 13 at least in part because of a video that was released via his hacked Twitter account on draft night that showed Tunsil smoking a substance out of a bong while wearing gas mask -- as well as a screen shot posted to his hacked Instagram account that showed him asking a Mississippi assistant athletic director for money to pay for his rent and his mother's electric bill.

The Dolphins face the Steelers and Bills the next two weeks before going on their bye. We'll see if Tunsil is able to make it back for those games.