Miami Dolphins injury report: Jay Ajayi continues to deal with knee injury

Monday, 02 Oct, 2017

Travel tales: Ajayi and his teammates went through a light workout Friday after landing in London.

The controversial NFL national anthem protests are set to continue tomorrow when the New Orleans Saints and Miami Dolphins face off in London. On Monday night, before "America's Team" competed against the Arizona Cardinals, the players and their owner, Jerry Jones, displayed their own version of unity by kneeling on the field before rising as a group prior to the playing of the national anthem. This is an opportunity of a lifetime to certain people. And so I definitely appreciate what's going on, and what the situation is.

The Saints are elated to have ended their losing streak while picking up a win within the division.

Then there was the Tim Tebow experience in 2011, with all the sophistication ripped out of the playbook and the Broncos going 8-8 with an offensive style was roundly panned around the league as "unsustainable". "I would have loved to have had a great game for my family and to be able to come back here".

"It only gives us more pride to say, 'This is a day and age where I can show and demonstrate something, and what's on my mind and what's on my heart, and prove to the world that this is an important topic to pay attention to", Jordan added.

He'll also have a chance to catch up with old friends. It's becoming more hard to get tickets every year. He didn't practice Wednesday, but barring something spectacular happening, I still see him suiting up for Sunday's game.

Live streaming for Saints-Dolphins is available via NFL RedZone. That allowed the offense to work at a more reasonable pace, as Drew Brees threw for three scores and the Saints running game tallied 149 yards.

"He seems to be good", Gase said.

Of course, the ultimate objective for the Saints is winning Sunday, trying to even their record at 2-2 while pleasing their fans from both near and far. "Today is the hardest part", quarterback Jay Cutler said. This is Cutler's second trip to London after coming to Europe with the Chicago Bears in 2011, but that first visit didn't seem to have made a lasting impression. The Dolphins guards have not played well, and injuries are already beginning to mount. "We're paid to play well, and we're paid to win". I want to really be smart about this because we do have to think long term a little bit instead of just thinking (about) just this one game. Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue has apologized, and Republican Gov. Rick Snyder has said he will not fire her despite calls for her ouster from Democratic lawmakers, a gubernatorial candidate, civil rights groups and other organizations.