Miami Dolphins week one injury report

The Miami Dolphins still have to wait another day until their first game of the season but the teams final injury report of the season has been released.

Only two Dolphins are ruled out for Sunday so far. Center Mike Pouncey is still recovering from a hip injury and Jay Ajayi who is a healthy scratch. Ajayi was left in Miami by Adam Gase reportedly due to behavior after he was not named the starter over Arian Foster.

Defensive end Terrence Fede and linebacker Jelani Jenkins both have knee issues and defensive tackle Earl Mitchell is dealing with a calf problem and DeVante Parker is still dealing with his hamstring. All four are listed as questionable.

In addition to those four, Laremy Tunsil has a knee injury and Isaiah Pead has a hamstring injury. They too are listed as questionable.

Should Tunsil not be able to go it would be a huge blow to the offensive line who would then turn to Billy Turner to replace him. The Dolphins are starting Anthony Steen at center. It could be a long day for quarterback Ryan Tannehill.

At receiver the Dolphins have some depth and it appears that newcomer Justin Hunter could see some action after having joined the roster last Sunday.

The Seahawks will come into the game much healthier with only tight-end Nick Vannett listed as out. Jimmy Graham and guard Germain Ifedi are both questionable. Head coach Pete Carroll said he expects Graham to play.

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