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Foster, Cameron, Albert missing from Dolphins practice Tuesday

Arian Foster hasn’t played since injuring his leg in Week 2.
Arian Foster hasn’t played since injuring his leg in Week 2. mocner@miamiherald.com

The Dolphins might have gotten Mike Pouncey back Tuesday, but they were still without three offensive starters.

Running back Arian Foster (hamstring), tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion) and left tackle Branden Albert (illness) all sat out practice. Pouncey’s backup, Anthony Steen, also missed practice; he’s dealing with an ankle injury.

On the defensive side, Jelani Jenkins (groin) missed practice after sitting out Thursday’s game. However, Koa Misi (neck) was back on the field; he also didn’t play in Cincinnati.

Cameron is dealing with his fourth concussion in as many years, and he hasn’t played since Week 3. Cameron might not be back anytime soon, either. The Dolphins signed Dominique Jones on Monday, adding a fourth tight end to their roster. Plus, ESPN reported last week that Cameron has recently visited Dr. Micky Collins at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, which is a top brain trauma facility.

Adam H. Beasley: 305-376-3565, @AdamHBeasley

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