The Dolphins should be healthy to begin the 10-game stretch run to end the season.
The Miami Dolphins are fortunate to be without any major injuries as they come off their bye week to face the New York Jets on Sunday. The Dolphins had two players out for their last game against St. Louis, but didn't add to their injury report against the Rams.
Cornerback Richard Marshall was inactive against St. Louis with a back issue. Backup running back Daniel Thomas suffered a concussion in Week 5 and missed the game against the Rams. Linebacker Kevin Burnett returned to action, recording two tackles against St. Louis.
Coming off of two straight wins, the Dolphins are now in the thick of the AFC East title race. They are tied in the loss column with the first-place New England Patriots, and have a chance to get some separation from the Jets with a win on Sunday. Having so few injuries will definitely give them an advantage as the season continues.