Cortland Finnegan is likely to miss his fourth consecutive game on Sunday, this one against the Baltimore Ravens, as are offensive lineman Nate Garner and linebacker Chris McCain.
All three Miami Dolphins players were listed as doubtful for the big game with playoff implications and the chances of them actually making up the 75 percent chance they could play by Sunday is practically nil.
Finnegan had been looking on course to play earlier in the week, but as I wrote here, the post-practice word on the cornerback after Thursday's practice was not great.
Finnegan will miss his fourth consecutive game. The Dolphins remain hopeful he can be ready by the New England game on Dec. 14.
The Dolphins do have good news in that tight end Charles Clay is questionable for Sunday's game but has suffered no setbacks this week with his hamstring, which has kept him out of the lineup for two weeks.
For the Ravens, they have spent the week managing knee injuries to running back Justin Forsett and receiver Torrey Smith. Neither practiced Wednesday or Thursday.
But Smith went through an entire practice Friday and is listed as probable for Sunday's game. Forsett was limited in practice Friday and is listed as questionable. Center Jeremy Zuttah (ankle) also missed practice Wednesday and Thursday but practiced Friday and is probable.