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Dolphins could get their injured centers back ahead of game against Giants; Phillip Lindsay not seen Thursday

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

The Miami Dolphins have both of their top centers that are on injured reserve practicing this week with the possibility they could be activated ahead of Sunday's 1 p.m. kickoff against the New York Giants.
Michael Deiter, the team's starting center when everyone's healthy, is on his second week back at practice since being designated for return. The team will likely make a decision on Saturday to determine if he's ready to play after first landing on IR on Oct. 2.
When Deiter initially went down because of his foot injury, Greg Mancz filled in as the Dolphins' starter snapping the...
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