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  • Dolphins' Connor Williams: Questionable Sunday

    Williams (groin) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Bills. Williams has been trending in the right direction to play this coming Sunday, as he's gone from not participating at Wednesday's practice to limited participation Thursday and Friday. If the 26-year-old were to miss time, Liam Eichenberg would likely step in as Miami's starting center.
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  • Dolphins' Connor Williams: Day-to-day with groin

    Coach Mike McDaniel said Monday that Williams (groin) is day-to-day, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports. Williams left Sunday's 70-20 win versus Denver early after sustaining an apparent groin injury, but it looks like he avoided any major issue. Miami's injury report Wednesday will provide clarity regarding his status for Week 4 at Buffalo.
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  • Dolphins' Connor Williams: Leaves with injury Sunday

    Williams (groin) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Broncos. Williams appears to have sustained a groin injury at some point during the second half, though the nature and severity of this issue are still unclear. With Miami currently leading 42-13 early in the third quarter, it's possible the team may choose to keep its starting center sidelined as a precaution. Williams' absence should leave Liam Eichenberg to take over at center for the Dolphins.
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  • Dolphins' Connor Williams: Wants new contract

    Williams wasn't present for the first day of mandatory minicamp because he wants a new contract, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports. Williams missed OTAs as well, but he's now recorded an unexcused absence after skipping out on the start of Miami's mandatory offseason program. Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel didn't appear too upset about the center's absence, suggesting a deal is in the works, but until Williams returns, Dan Feeney and Alama Uluave will presumably split duties with the first team.
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