Dolphins QB Tannehill back under center in trip to Indy
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is expected to make his first start in six games because of an injured throwing shoulder when Miami visits the Indianapolis Colts.
Tannehill will be without tight end A.J. Derby, who will miss his sixth game since Sept. 23 with foot and knee injuries. Nick O'Leary is starting in his place.
Colts center Ryan Kelly is out with a sprained ligament in his left knee.
Dolphins DE Wake doubtful against Bengals with knee injury
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake is doubtful for Sunday's game at Cincinnati with a knee injury.
Wake sat out practice for the third day in a row Friday. He has been nursing the injury for a couple of weeks but hasn't missed a game since 2016.
Cornerback Bobby McCain (knee) and tight end A.J. Derby (foot) were ruled out. Seven players were listed as questionable, including safeties Reshad Jones (shoulder) and T.J. McDonald (foot) and receiver DeVante Parker (quad).
Bills open offseason workouts by signing receiver Kerley
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills began addressing their needs at receiver by signing free agent Jeremy Kerley to a one-year contract as part of a series of moves in opening their offseason conditioning program.
Kerley has seven seasons of NFL experience, which include two separate stints with the New York Jets. Overall, he has 268 catches for 3,109 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Kerley will have an opportunity to contend for a backup spot behind Kelvin Benjamin and Zay Jones.
Bills promote TE Gerald Christian from practice squad
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills have promoted tight end Gerald Christian from the practice squad.
According to the team's website, Buffalo's starting tight end, Charles Clay, did not travel with the team to Oakland on Saturday because of the expected birth of his child. Clay did not practice this week because of a knee injury and was listed as questionable to play Sunday against the Raiders.
After spending a good portion of his first NFL season as a member of the Buffalo Bills' practice squad, it appears that former Florida State Seminole and Palm Beach County native Nick O’Leary has a good chance at making the team's roster out of training camp.