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Miami Dolphins hold practice in Oxnard due to Hurricane Irma

17 September 2017, 07:56 | Henrietta Morgan

Dolphins LB Timmons inactive vs. Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Antonio Gates below celebrates his touchdown catch with teammates during the second half of an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins Sunday Sept. 17 2017 in Carson Calif. With the catch Gates breaks the record

Maualuga, who signed with Miami last month, didn't practice this week.

"We got a taste of it", Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said.

In talking about what problems he foresees in facing Jay Cutler of the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, Ingram didn't necessarily hold back.

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Alexander added, " Hazing is unsafe , irresponsible and unacceptable and it will not be tolerated at LSU, period". Comprehensive toxicology and histological testing will take another 4 weeks to complete, according to Clark.

The Dolphins can dominate defensively when Suh is on top of his game. All night Rivers was throwing passes too early and he did not look comfortable in the pocket.

Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram is not anxious about facing Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler on Sunday.

The Dolphins defense was in the bottom three in the National Football League allowing 140 yards rushing a game to opposing offenses last season. "But either way, we've got a game next week, and I'll have to forget about it come Tuesday". They then combined to put up three sacks against Denver in Week 1.

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The FIA has said the incident will be investigated after the race. "I don't know [what happened], I didn't see that much". The safety vehicle was also deployed on lap 11 when Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat crashed into the barriers.

RUN GAME: The Chargers' rushing attack got off to a weak start in Denver with just 54 yards from Melvin Gordon, but offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt attributes much of that to third-and-long situations and the Chargers' deficit throughout the second half. Gordon was limited to 70 yards on 24 carries a year ago against Miami.

The Miami Dolphins would rather not hear the name "Hurricane Irma" ever again. They were effective a year ago against Gordon, who entered the game No. 3 in the league in rushing, but there are still concerns about this unit. Not only didn't he have a catch in the loss at Denver, but he wasn't even targeted.

FAST FACTS: Dolphins QB Jay Cutler will make his team debut after spending the past eight seasons with the Chicago Bears. Cutler is now reunited with his former coach in Adam Gase, who turned the franchise around in his first season at the helm in 2016. Needs one to break tie with Tony Gonzalez (111). Maybe he just wanted some In-N-Out burgers or maybe he woke up and realized he's playing for the Dolphins.

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As spurs aim to thread some good performances at home, Swansea - like Burnley - will try and snatch a point out of the game. Mauricio Pochettino's side came up against a stubborn Swansea side who deserved their point.

Late in the fourth quarter of a 31-24 loss to the Dolphins last November 13, Williams defended a pass in the end zone on third and goal, preventing the go-ahead touchdown and forcing the Dolphins to kick a game-tying field goal.



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