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Danny Amendola on how he’s moving forward after the Dolphins’ loss to the New England Patriots

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Danny Amendola explains how he plans to move forward after his team was defeated by the New England Patriots on Sunday. Amendola spoke to the media at the team’s training facility in Davie on Monday, October 1, 2018.
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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Danny Amendola explains how he plans to move forward after his team was defeated by the New England Patriots on Sunday. Amendola spoke to the media at the team’s training facility in Davie on Monday, October 1, 2018.

The Dolphins have at least four injury question marks on offense.

On Wednesday, they started getting some answers.

Wide receiver Danny Amendola (knee) and center Travis Swanson (ankle) were both held out of practice as the Dolphins began preparation for the Buffalo Bills.

Amendola and Swanson got hurt on the same drive in Indianapolis; Amendola returned to the game, Swanson did not.

“Neither one of them are in great shape right now,” Gase said on Monday.

It came as no surprise that neither practiced. Gase said then that “we’ll try to give them a shot on Friday and see what they can do and how they feel. That’s really as far as I know. I won’t really know until we get to the weekend.”

Meanwhile, wide receiver DeVante Parker and running back Kenyan Drake are still bothered by shoulder injuries. While they practiced, they did so in red non-contact jerseys.

Here’s your Ryan Tannehill update: He threw normally during the portion of practice open to reporters, but is still wearing a harness on his injured right shoulder.

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