The Dolphins missed two starters at practice today, including their second-leading receiver and their fifth-leading tackler.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Davone Bess (back) and linebacker Koa Misi (ankle) did not practice Wednesday, according to James Walker of ESPN. Safety Chris Clemons (ribs) and cornerback Jimmy Wilson practiced but were limited. Their status for this weekend's game remains unclear. The Dolphins host Jacksonville on Sunday.
Bess has been one of rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill's favorite targets this season. He had 5 catches or 50 yards in Miami's loss to San Francisco last weekend, and has 61 catches for 778 yards and one touchdown on the year. Against Arizona in Week 4, Bess brought in 12 catches for 123 yards. He is second on the team in both yards and receptions.
Misi had five tackles against San Francisco and has a total of 64 on the year. He ranks fifth on the squad in tackles. He has also collected 3.5 sacks.