Miami Dolphins' defensive end Olivier Vernon high fives London schoolchildren as they meet after a training session Allianz Park in London, Friday Oct. 2, 2015. The Dolphins are preparing for an NFL football game against the New York Jets at London's Wemb
Tim Ireland
October 02, 2015

LONDON (AP) Miami Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert is doubtful to play against the New York Jets on Sunday because of an injured left hamstring.

Albert missed last week's game against Buffalo and was limited at practice all week. He was hurt in the second quarter of the season opener against Jacksonville, and is expected to be replaced for the second straight game by Jason Fox.

Dolphins backup tight end Dion Sims was ruled out Friday with a concussion, while starting tight end Jordan Cameron (groin) is questionable, leaving Jake Stoneburner as the only fully healthy player at the position.

Backup running back Jonas Gray (calf) is questionable. Defensive tackle Earl Mitchell (back) is probable.


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