McCain sustained an ankle injury during Sunday's game against the Bills, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
McCain hurt his ankle on a play that devolved into a fight, resulting in the ejection of teammates Kiko Alonso and Robert Quinn. With Reshad Jones (leg) questionable to return, and T.J. McDonald (ankle) and Xavien Howard (knee) inactive, the Dolphins could be without a single starting member of their secondary if McCain does not retake the field.
McCain recorded seven tackles (four solo) and a sack across 81 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Patriots.
McCain now has a sack in back-to-back contests. He has 48 tackles while playing in 72 percent of the defensive snaps on the season. He'll look to help contain Kirk Cousins and the Vikings passing-attack this Sunday.
McCain logged four tackles (all solo) and one sack during Sunday's 21-17 win over the Bills.
McCain logged yet another solid performance in pass coverage, and brought down opposing quarterback Josh Allen as his first sack of the season. The fourth-year pro remains a key piece of Miami's defense, but is difficult to trust in IDP formats due to a low weekly tackle volume.
McCain is absent from Wednesday's injury report, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
McCain has fully cleared the league-mandated concussion protocol, and is on track to suit up for Sunday's tilt against the Colts. Barring any setbacks, expect McCain to retake his starting role and Cornell Armstrong to return to a backup position.
McCain (concussion) made it through concussion protocol Wednesday, Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
McCain landed in concussion protocol Nov. 11 after being the victim of a violent blindside block against the Packers in Week 10. The Memphis product returned to practice in some form Tuesday, indicating he'll be available for the Dolphins' upcoming game Sunday in Indianapolis.
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