Dolphins vs. Cardinals injury report: Reggie Bush held out with knee injury

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The Miami Dolphins were without starting running back Reggie Bush at Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury, and he could possibly miss Sunday's game.

It was reported earlier on Wednesday that starting running back Reggie Bush missed Wednesday's practice with a knee injury. His status for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals all depends on how the swelling looks by the end of the week. If he does miss a game it is likely to be just one game.

Other Dolphin players who did not practice were a pair of backups in defensive tackle Tony McDaniel (knee) and linebacker Austin Spitler (groin).

There were four players that the Dolphins limited in practice, they were back up cornerback Nolan Carroll (achilles), starting cornerback Richard Marshall (back), wide receiver Marlon Moore (hamstring) and then starting defensive tackle Randy Starks (knee).

It is early in the week but the defense is looking to possibly be a little thin come Sunday when they take on the Cardinals. Even with a pair of starters limited on Wednesday, the big injury is to Bush who would be a big loss if he did not play on Sunday.

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