Ladies and Gentlemen! NFL Pre-Season kicks off tomorrow with the Hall of Fame game in Canton, Ohio.
Miami is looking like a better team, picking up pieces that will make their defense stronger and a receiver who will help improve their game through the air.
But Mike Wallace, the wide receiver they picked up during the off-season, may not play in Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, according to Armando Salguero.
Wallace has been sidelined since Monday with a groin injury, but he’s expected to get to practice next week, missing tomorrow nights game. Brian Hartline is dealing with a calf injury, although he’s healthy enough to play, the Miami Dolphins may decide to keep him out of the game also.
This offense is going to need to keep every piece of their squad healthy if they want to compete for a division title or wild card spot.
Other notable players who will miss tomorrows game, are defensive tackle Jared Odrick (groin) and Randy Starks (knee) are said to be sitting out.
Jared Odrick (groin), Randy Starks (knee), and Mike Wallace (groin) are starters unlikely to play in HOF game. #Dolphins
— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) August 3, 2013