Here's the injury picture of Sunday's matchup between the Miami Dolphins and Detroit Lions:
For the Dolphins ...
TE Dion Sims (toe) is out. No surprise. He hasn't practiced all week.
LG Daryn Colledge (back) is doubtful. Don't expect him. It would take a significant improvement by Sunday for him to play. He'll likely miss his second consecutive game. Dallas Thomas would start in his place.
RB Lamar Miller (shoulder) was limited in practice again on Friday and is questionable. The Dolphins are optimistic he will play and those close to Miller believe he will play.
LB Koa Misi (ankle), DT Earl Mitchell (abdomen), LB Kelvin Sheppard (hip/groin), NCB Jimmy Wilson (hamstring) are also questionable.
Everyone else is probable including TE Charles Clay (knee) and RG Mike Pouncey (hip).
For the Lions, DT Nick Fairley (knee) is out. No surprise there. He hasn't practied and was not expected back for this game.
TE Eric Ebron (hamstring) is doubtful. He practiced on a limited basis this week.
TEs Joseph Fauria (ankle) and Brandon Pettigrew (foot) are listed as questionable. Both will likely play, barring a setback.
The Lions are getting several injured players back for the game including Reggie Bush (ankle), and Calvin Johnson (ankle). Ziggy Ansah (toe) was limited Friday but is probable. DE George Johnson (hamstring) missed practiced Friday but is listed as probable.