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Wednesday injury news here (updated)

Both the Miami Dolphins and Detroit Lions are getting good injury news today.

The Miami running game can apparently exhale today because running back Lamar Miller is at practice and seemingly not the worse for wear following his AC joint sprain (separated left shoulder) in the San Diego game last weekend.

Miller is working on a limited basis.

He stepped out of several drills including the individual RB drills.

Other Miami players working on a limited basis included Charles Clay (knee), Koa Misi (ankle), Mike Pouncey (hip) and Jimmy Wilson (hamstring).

The Dolphins also got starting left guard Daryn Colledge back after he missed practice all last week and the San Diego game with a migraine and sinus condition and back condition. Colledge was full go in practice today so he should start barring a setback.

The Dolphins don't have tight end Dion Sims back yet. He is out of his walking boot but still not practicing today.

In Detroit, wide receiver Calvin Johnson worked with the team Monday, is practicing today and is apparently healed from his high ankle sprain. Coach Jim Caldwell, speaking to the South Florida media on a conference call, said he "anticipates that" Johnson will play Sunday against the Dolphins.

Johnson practiced full go on Wednesday.

Running back Reggie Bush (ankle) also practiced full go on Wednesday and is on course to play on Sunday.