The Miami Dolphins appear to be near full health for their game against the Washington Redskins on Sunday, Nov. 13. They list just three players--cornerbacks Nolan Carroll and Vontae Davis, plus kick returner Clyde Gates--on their injury report, and of the three, only Carroll (hamstring) is questionable. Carroll went through Friday's practice, but in a limited capacity. Davis (hamstring) and Gates (groin) participated fully in Friday's practice and are probable for Sunday against Washington.
Carroll ranks No. 6 on the Dolphins with 22 tackles (18 solo). The former Maryland Terrapin has yet to tally an interception or a pass defensed this season.
Davis, in his third season out of Illinois, has 16 tackles (1 solo, 1 for loss) on the year. He hasn't played since Oct. 23 against the Denver Broncos.
Gates leads Miami with 19 kickoff returns for 419 yards, a 22.1-yard average. He's also returned three punts for 32 yards, though Davone Bess serves as the Dolphins' primary punt returner. Nominally a wide receiver, Gates has just one reception for eight yards in his rookie season out of Abilene Christian. Miami quarterbacks have targeted him just 11 times through seven games.
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