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Dolphins CB Byron Jones (groin/Achilles) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's Week 4 matchup with the Seahawks.
In other words, expect Russ to keep cooking. Jones' absence is a boost for Seattle's pass catchers, mainly DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. This will be the second straight game that Jones has missed.
Miami Dolphins star cornerback Byron Jones has been ruled out for Thursday Night Football against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Byron Jones being ruled spells good news for the Jaguars passing game. D.J. Chark is dealing with a chest injury, so it could be Keelan Cole, Chris Conley, and Laviska Shenault as the team's top three receivers. With Xavien Howard likely to spend time covering the teams hottest receiver in Cole, Conley and Shenault could be left to hog Gardner Minshew's targets.
Dolphins' cornerback Byron Jones did not participate in practice on Tuesday.
Jones was Miami's most expensive free agent signing but exited early against Buffalo in Week 2. With other starting cornerback Xavien Howard questionable with a knee injury and playing on a short week, consider plugging any of Jacksonville's receivers into your lineup before Thursday night's matchup.
Dolphins coach Brian Flores says CB Byron Jones (groin) "would have to heal pretty quickly" to play in Week 3 against the Jaguars.
Miami plays on Thursday night this week, which is obviously a quick turnaround from playing on Sunday afternoon. Jones left that contest against the Bills with a groin issue and should be considered doubtful for Week 3. With or without Jones, the Dolphins D/ST isn't a recommended streaming option in Week 3.
Dolphins' CB Byron Jones suffered a groin injury during the first quarter of Sunday's game and is questionable to return.
First-round pick Noah Igbinoghene has replaced him on the field. His return is questionable.