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  • Dolphins' Robert Hunt: Returning Week 18

    Hunt (hamstring) has no injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Bills, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Hunt was forced to miss the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Ravens with this hamstring injury, but after a week of practice that ended in a full session Friday, it seems as if the 27-year-old has moved past the issue. Expect the veteran to assume his usual duties as Miami's starting right guard in Week 18.
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  • Dolphins' Robert Hunt: Missing Week 17

    Hunt (hamstring) is inactive ahead of Sunday's game against the Ravens. The 27-year-old offensive lineman was deemed doubtful after a week of practice that included two DNPs, and he'll officially be inactive in Week 17. Miami is expected to shift Robert Jones over to right guard and have Lester Cotton step in at left guard in Hunt's stead.
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  • Dolphins' Robert Hunt: Deemed doubtful

    Hunt (hamstring) has drawn a doubtful designation for Sunday's game against the Ravens. Hunt was a DNP for consecutive days to start the week before practicing in limited fashion Friday. While his limited participation is a promising sign, he will still need to show a lot more to ultimately get the green light. Should he ultimately get ruled out, Robert Jones would be the likely candidate to replace him on the offensive line.
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  • Dolphins' Robert Hunt: Ruled out for Week 16

    Hunt (hamstring) won't play Sunday against the Cowboys, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. Hunt will miss a third consecutive game due to his hamstring injury. Robert Jones is likely to draw the start in Hunt's place Sunday, while the starting right guard's next opportunity to play will be Week 17 against the Ravens.
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  • Dolphins' Robert Hunt: Missing Week 14

    Hunt (hamstring) has been ruled out ahead of Monday night's game against the Titans, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. The fourth-year pro suffered a hamstring injury in Week 13, and after recording consecutive DNPs to begin Miami's week of practice, he's been ruled out ahead of Monday night's affair. With Hunt missing time, expect Liam Eichenberg to serve as the Dolphins' starting right guard in Week 14.
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  • Dolphins' Robert Hunt: Week-to-week with hamstring issue

    Head coach Mike McDaniel told reporters Tuesday that Hunt is listed as week-to-week after aggravating his hamstring issue in Week 13, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Hunt has been dealing with this lingering hamstring injury for more than a month now, and he's already missed two games thus far. After Hunt exited the Dolphins' Week 13 contest early, his practice participation will help determine his availability for Monday night's game against the Titans.
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  • Dolphins' Robert Hunt: Will be questionable for Friday

    Hunt (hamstring) was a limited participant on Thursday's estimated injury report and is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Jets, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Hunt hasn't played since suffering the injury Oct. 29, but he still has a chance to suit up for Friday's game against the Jets. If he's able to play, he should get the start at right guard.
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  • Dolphins' Robert Hunt: Missing Week 9

    Hunt (hamstring) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Hunt is in line to miss the first game of his career, as he continues to recover from the hamstring injury that he suffered during Miami's Week 8 win over the Patriots. Lester Cotton is expected to start at right guard in Hunt's stead.
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  • Dolphins' Robert Hunt: Leaves game Sunday

    Hunt (hamstring) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Patriots. Alain Poupart of SI.com notes that Hunt grabbed his left knee on a pass completion to Jaylen Waddle. His absence would be another major blow to a Dolphins' offensive line that is already without Terron Armstead (knee) and Isaiah Wynn (quadriceps), both of whom are on IR.
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