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  • Dolphins' Kelvin Joseph: Not on injury report

    Joseph (personal) did not appear on the Dolphins' injury report Thursday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Joseph appears to be back with the team after he missed Miami's 24-17 win over the Patriots in Week 2 due to personal reasons. The cornerback operated exclusively as a special-teams option in Week 1, a role he'll likely return to in Week 3 versus the Broncos.
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  • Cowboys' Kelvin Joseph: Practicing again

    Joseph (back) participated in Dallas' practice Saturday, the team's official site reports. The cornerback injured his back on June 7 and had to leave that day's session. A second-round pick in 2021, Joseph recorded 20 tackles, two passes defended and a forced fumble last season in 16 games (including one start). The 23-year-old is projected to play a backup role behind Trevon Diggs in 2023.
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  • Cowboys' Kelvin Joseph: Leaves practice

    Joseph exited practice Wednesday with a back injury, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. The 2021 second-round pick out of Kentucky played mostly on special teams in 2022, but stepped into a larger role late in the season and started opposite of Trevon Diggs. With the Cowboys bringing aboard Stephon Gilmore in a trade with the Colts in March, Joseph will likely move back into a reserve role to open the 2023 campaign.
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  • Cowboys' Kelvin Joseph: Sitting out Thursday

    Joseph (illness) is inactive Thursday against the Giants, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Joseph exited Sunday's win over the Vikings will an illness, and the second-year pro has still not recovered enough to take the field. His absence will be a blow to the team's depth at corner, while it could lead to DaRon Bland and C.J. Goodwin seeing more time on the field.
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  • Cowboys' Kelvin Joseph: Exits with illness

    Joseph exited Sunday's game against the Vikings due to an illness, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Joseph recorded a solo tackle prior to exiting Sunday's matchup, and he was unable to return down the stretch. Whether he'll be available Thursday against the Giants remains to be seen.
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  • Cowboys' Kelvin Joseph: Clear of injury report

    Joseph (concussion) isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Joseph suffered a concussion on the Cowboys' first defensive play of the team's preseason finale. However, he appears to have cleared the issue and should be full go for Week 1. The second-year cornerback appeared in 10 games as a rookie, recording 16 tackles and two pass defenses, but he's vying for an increased role in Year 2.
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  • Cowboys' Kelvin Joseph: Being evaluated for head injury

    Joseph is in the locker room and being evaluated for a head injury after leaving Friday's preseason game against the Seahawks, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports. Joseph collided with an offensive player following an incompletion on the first drive of the game, but the extent of the injury remains unclear. The second-year cornerback appeared in 10 games as a rookie, recording 16 tackles and two pass defenses, and he's vying for an increased role in Year 2.
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  • Cowboys' Kelvin Joseph: Won't play Sunday

    Joseph (personal) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Kansas City, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Joseph was initially listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's matchup but will be unable to take the field. Deante Burton and Kyron Brown could see a slight uptick in playing time against the Chiefs.
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  • Cowboys' Kelvin Joseph: Not close to return

    Coach Mike McCarthy said that Joseph (groin) is still a few weeks away from returning, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Joseph was placed on injured reserve prior to the beginning of the regular season, so he is eligible to return whenever he proves healthy. He was a second-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, so he may play a significant role in the secondary upon his return. However, the Cowboys defense has been surprisingly effective against the pass early this season led by the strong play of Trevon Diggs, so it remains to be seen exactly how Joseph will fit in.
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