Dolphins Will Be Without Key Offensive Lineman vs. Chiefs
The Miami Dolphins will be without one of their starting guards on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Head coach Mike McDaniel confirmed on Friday that right guard Robert Hunt will not be able to play due to a hamstring injury.
Left tackle Terron Armstead is expected to suit up and center Connor Williams is looking promising as well.
Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel tells reporters in Germany he’s “very optimistic” LT Terron Armstead will be available Sunday vs. Chiefs. Good signs for center Connor Williams to go too. RG Robert Hunt will be be OUT.
Hunt didn't practice this week due to the hamstring injury he suffered last week against the New England Patriots. With him out, Robert Jones will take his spot.
Both the Dolphins and Chiefs come into this game with identical 6-2 records, so quite a bit is on the line when it comes to potential playoff seeding.
The game will take place in Frankfurt, Germany, and is part of the NFL's international series.
Kickoff will be at 9:30 a.m. ET and the game will be nationally televised by NFL Network.