Myles Gaskin Leads Miami Dolphins: Is There a Girl On The Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins have announced their inactive for Week 2, and Myles Gaskin’s absence comes as something of a surprise.

Since Gaskin wasn’t listed on the injury report for this week, it’s possible that he sustained a new injury or became ill. Salvon Ahmed, a back for Miami who has been out with an injury all week, will play on Sunday.

Gaskin’s absence will be felt by the offense, which could benefit from a deeper group of runners. Although Gaskin is no longer the team’s top choice to lead the backfield, he is useful off the bench as a change of pace back who can also help out in the passing game.

As for linebacker Channing Tindall, his late entry to the list is due to an illness. No, he won’t be participating in today’s game. It’s hardly a huge loss for the Dolphins’ defense, but he’ll be back next week after missing some time with an injury.

After taking a bullet to the head in week one, Cethan Carter was supposed to sit this one out. Concussion treatment has not been completed on him yet.

Hunter Long will miss the rest of the week with an ankle injury, but Tanner Conner is expected to play today.

Cedrick Wilson, Jr. will play despite being listed as “questionable” all week, meaning Erik Ezukanma will have to wait another week to make his NFL debut. Since the Ravens’ secondary has been hurt, Wilson may have a nice game.

Myles Gaskin leads Miami Dolphins
Myles Gaskin leads Miami Dolphins

We anticipate this trend to continue all year long, with Skylar Thompson being the final inactive player.

For the Ravens, injuries have sidelined WR James Proche, II, CB Brandon Stephens, TE Nick Boyle, and DT Travis Jones.

However, despite recent injury concerns in the secondary, the Ravens will be able to field their regular starting secondary players today. However, they will be missing J.K. Dobbins, their starting running back because he is being rested for today’s game. Since this is a game against his previous side, Kenyan Drake will start in place of the injured starter. Also missing for the Ravens is starting nose tackle, Ronnie Staley.

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