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Passing Yards
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Dec 4, 2022 0 0 1 0 -2
Nov 27, 2022 6 0 0 39.6 -2
Nov 13, 2022 17 0 0 118.8
Nov 6, 2022 0 0 0 0
Oct 30, 2022 0 0 0 0

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2022 278 2 14
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Won't dress Sunday

    Thompson (coach's decision) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Lions. Thompson is considered a healthy scratch for Sunday's matchup in Detroit, after he recently overcame a thumb injury he suffered in Week 6 versus the Vikings. While Tua Tagovailoa and Teddy Bridgewater remain healthy, the rookie will likely continue watching from the sidelines.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: No injury designation

    Thompson doesn't have an injury designation ahead of Sunday's matchup against the Lions, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Thompson was upgraded to a full participant Friday after logging back-to-back limited sessions to open the week due to a thumb injury. The backup quarterback doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday, but with Tua Tagovailoa and Teddy Bridgewater both healthy, Thompson is unlikely to see the field in Week 8.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Inactive Sunday

    Thompson (thumb) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against Pittsburgh. Thompson was limited by a right thumb injury during practice this week and won't be able to suit up in primetime Sunday. Tua Tagovailoa will return to the field while Teddy Bridgewater serves as his backup.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Questionable against Steelers

    Thompson (thumb) is questionable for Sunday's game against Pittsburgh, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Thompson sustained a right thumb injury during last week's loss to the Vikings and was limited in practice all week. Even if he's available against the Steelers, the rookie seventh-rounder is unlikely to see the field since both Tua Tagovailoa and Teddy Bridgewater will be active.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Limited in practice

    Thompson (thumb) was listed as a limited participant on the Dolphins' practice report Wednesday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. While making his first NFL start, Thompson sustained a right thumb injury during the first half of Sunday's loss to the Vikings. Though the extent of the injury is still unclear, Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel said that tests on Thompson's thumb were "more positive than negative," and that the quarterback will return "sooner rather than later," according to Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald. The third-string signal-caller will have two more practices to increase his activity in practice before this Sunday's game against Pittsburgh, though his potential absence shouldn't have much of an affect now that Tua Tagovailoa (concussion/ankle) and Teddy Bridgewater are both expected to be available Week 7. If that's the case, Thompson could find himself on the inactive list Sunday against the Steelers even if he enters the weekend without a designation.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Managing thumb injury

    Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said that Thompson is considered day-to-day after sustaining a right thumb injury in Sunday's 24-16 loss to the Vikings, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Thompson was forced to exit and did not return during the first start of his career Sunday. While McDaniel did not provide specifics on the severity of this injury, it's unlikely to affect the seventh-round rookie's playing time, as quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa and Teddy Bridgewater are both expected to be available again after clearing concussion protocols Saturday. Thompson completed 26 of his 46 passes for 255 yards and an interception over the past two games for Miami, and he will now fall back into a role as the third-string quarterback.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Hurts thumb Sunday

    Thompson exited Sunday's game against the Vikings after sustaining a right thumb injury. With Tua Tagovailoa inactive, Teddy Bridgewater has stepped in for Thompson at QB. Prior to departing the game, Thompson completed seven of his 13 pass attempts for 89 yards.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Still on track for start

    Thompson remains on track to start Sunday's game against the Vikings with Tua Tagovailoa (concussion/ankle) ruled out for Week 6 and with Teddy Bridgewater (concussion/pectoral) listed as questionable but likely to be available only in a backup capacity if he's active, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports. While Tagovailoa was ruled out ahead of last week's 40-17 loss to the Jets, Bridgewater drew the start but took just one snap before he was placed in the concussion protocol. Thompson was then summoned on short notice to handle quarterback duties for the rest of the game, and the results were predictably disastrous for the seventh-round rookie, who completed just 19 of 33 attempts for 166 yards and an interception while also losing a fumble. The Dolphins are hoping for better results from Thompson with the benefit of a full week of practices with the first-team offense, as Bridgewater was only a limited participant Wednesday and Thursday before returning to full activity Friday. Bridgewater looks on track to clear the protocol before Sunday, but his lack of full practice reps this week will prompt the Dolphins to entrust Thompson with guiding the offense. Thompson should have all the Dolphins' key passing-game weapons at his disposal, though starting left tackle Terron Armstead (toe) is questionable after managing just one limited practice this week and could be at risk of sitting out.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Trending toward Week 6 start

    Head coach Mike McDaniel said Wednesday that he's planning on having Thompson start at quarterback in the Dolphins' Week 6 game against the Vikings, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Inactive for the first four games of the season, Thompson dressed as the backup for last week's loss to the Jets while Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) was ruled out. Fill-in starter Teddy Bridgewater landed in concussion protocol as well after playing just one snap, resulting in Thompson stepping in to play essentially the entire contest. The seventh-round rookie completed just 19 of his 33 attempts for 166 yards, no touchdowns and an interception while losing a fumble in the 40-17 loss, but the Dolphins are hopeful that Thompson can deliver better results while having a week's worth of first-team practice reps to prepare for the starting assignment. Though Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) will be on the field Wednesday for individual work, McDaniel has already ruled him out for Week 6. Meanwhile, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post relays that Bridgewater has a "solid chance" of clearing the five-step concussion protocol before Sunday, but because he may not be ready to practice fully by Friday, he would likely dress as a backup if he's active against the Vikings.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Plays nearly entire Week 5 loss

    Thompson replaced the injured Teddy Bridgewater (head) in the first quarter of Sunday's 40-17 loss to the Jets and completed 19 of 33 passes for 166 yards and one interception. He also lost a fumble. Despite his modest stat line, Thompson moved Miami's offense effectively until the fourth quarter, leading a pair of touchdown drives while benefiting from a few generous pass interference calls on New York's defense. His second-quarter interception was sandwiched between those touchdown drives, but the rookie seventh-round pick struggled down the stretch, as Miami's final three possessions ended with his fumble followed by a pair of turnovers on downs. If neither Bridgewater nor Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) can get cleared before the Vikings come to town for Week 6, Thompson would be in line to make his first NFL start.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Slated for No. 2 role

    Thompson is in line to serve as the No. 2 quarterback Sunday against the Jets since Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) has been ruled out, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Although Tagovailoa underwent an MRI that came back clean over the weekend, he'll be forced to miss at least one game after he was taken off the field on a stretcher Thursday against Cincinnati. Teddy Bridgewater will serve as the starting quarterback against the Jets, while Thompson is in line to be the team's top backup. The 2022 seventh-rounder hasn't yet made his regular-season debut in the NFL.
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  • Dolphins' Skylar Thompson: Miami selects in seventh round

    The Dolphins selected Thompson in the seventh round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 247th overall. Thompson is a fringe prospect at best, but he was a very good collegiate quarterback at Kansas State and an accomplished four-year starter. None of his four seasons featured high-volume passing, and even the rushing production dried up in the final two seasons, but Thompson has modest dual-threat abilities. The Dolphins will hope to turn him into a quality backup.
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