The Miami Dolphins picked up their sixth win of the season when they defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, but the game was not without some injury setbacks. Defensive back Chris Clemons had to leave in the first half because of an upper body injury, though he was later able to return. Fellow defensive back Nolan Carroll suffered what appeared to be a knee injury and was not able to get back on the field.
Clemons has started all 14 games for Miami this season and already has career-highs in tackles (89) and interceptions (two). The fourth-year pro has spent his entire NFL career in Miami.
Carroll has also appeared in every game this season, and he's made 10 starts. He has 52 tackles, including a sack.
The Dolphins snapped a two-game losing streak with the win over Jacksonville, and they'll try to build on it when they take on the Buffalo Bills in Week 16.