NFL Insider Reveals Dolphins’ ‘Plan’ for Tyreek Hill Injury vs. Jets
According to the most recent injury update from ESPN NFL analyst Adam Schefter, Tyreek Hill appears to be a game-time decision in Week 15 when the Miami Dolphins play the New York Jets.
"The Miami Dolphins plan to allow Pro Bowl wide receiver Tyreek Hill to determine whether he can play Sunday against the New York Jets, sources told ESPN," Schefter reported Saturday evening (Dec. 16).
He went on to say that "the Dolphins are unsure whether Hill or rookie running back De'Von Achane, who both are listed as questionable,
will be available against New York and don't plan to decide on either player until they see how they feel Sunday morning, according to sources.
"Again, a true game-time decision that Schefter's sources feel "is not likely to be made until pregame warmups."
Hill injured his ankle in the Dolphins' Week 14 loss to the Tennessee Titans. Despite the fact that it was a close game, the great playmaker only played 34 offensive snaps.
Miami head coach Mike McDaniel stated earlier this week that Hill has "given me only reason to be confident in his ability [to fight through injury],
but until he flat-out tells me that there's no doubt that he's going to play, you always have to plan for everything."