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Dolphins lose Parker, Wake to injuries in tonight’s game

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The Miami Dolphins lost two players to injuries from Thursday Night Football game against the New England Patriots. Defensive end Cameron Wake and wide receiver DeVante Parker were the two players.

Wake’s injury is reportedly a torn Achilles, which is very bad news. This injury, which is to his left leg, is likely going to cost him the rest of the season.

After getting off to a slow start under former head coach Joe Philbin, Wake has returned to a dominate pass rusher with seven sacks in seven games. His loss is going to be huge for the Dolphins defense moving forward.

Parker, on the other hand, suffered a foot injury. This was a surprise, as he seen little action in tonight’s contest.

It’s not clear if it’s the same foot that he had foot surgery on back in June. If it is, it’s more bad news, as he was barely ready for the season opener against the Washington Redskins.


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