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The Miami Dolphins' Friday injury report shows Reggie Bush as probable after full participation in practice, but Richard Marshall and Daniel Thomas are both out.
The Miami Dolphins take on the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, and the Friday injury report indicates that cornerback Richard Marshall and backup running back Daniel Thomas will not be able to contribute to Miami's efforts. Marshall is out with a back injury, and Thomas is out with a concussion.
In terms of starters, linebacker Kevin Burnett was limited in practice with an ankle injury and is questionable for Sunday's game. The health of the Dolphins' secondary is improving, as both safety Reshad Jones (back/heel) and cornerback Nolan Carroll (Achilles) are listed as probable after fully participating in practice.
On offense, wide receiver Brian Hartline (quad) and running back Reggie Bush (knee) both had full participation in practice. That was the first time this week for Bush, who was limited on Thursday and did not practice at all on Wednesday. Both he and Hartline are probable for Sunday's game.
Game time is 1 p.m. on Sunday.