The Miami Dolphins appear to be in good health headed into Sunday's matchup against the Washington Redskins. Miami lists only three players on its injury report. Cornerback Vontae Davis (hamstring) and kick returner Clyde Gates (groin) practiced in full Wednesday, while defensive back Nolan Carroll (hamstring) practiced on a limited basis.
Davis has appeared in just four games this season, and none since Oct. 23 against the Denver Broncos as he recovers from a strained hamstring suffered on Sept. 18 and re-aggravated on Oct. 23. Davis has 16 tackles (15 solo) in 2011.
Gates hasn't played since Oct. 17. The rookie wideout has just one catch for eight yards this season, but has served as a kick returner, running back 19 kicks for 419 yards. The Dolphins made Gates the No. 111 pick in the most recent NFL Draft.
Carroll has tallied 22 tackles (18 solo) in his second professional season, spent in part filling in for Davis while Davis tried to recover from his injury.
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