May 27, 2024

Miami Dolphins’ Jaylen Waddle and Raheem Mostert have received official injury designations for the playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Dolphins have provided clarity on their availability, with both Waddle and Mostert marked as questionable on the official injury report for Super Wild Card Weekend. The status of cornerback Xavien Howard is confirmed as out, posing a significant challenge for the Dolphins, who are grappling with injuries on both offense and defense.

UPDATES: Jaylen Waddle injury. Raheem Mostert injury. Jevon Holland injury.  DeShon Elliott injury.

While safety DeShon Elliott and Jevon Holland are also questionable, the Dolphins received positive news as key players with nagging injuries, including leading rusher Raheem Mostert and second-leading receiver Jaylen Waddle, remain potential contributors on Saturday. In contrast, notable Chiefs players like Tyreek Hill, De’Von Achane, Jalen Ramsey, Teron Armstrong, and Liam Eichenberg carry no injury designation into the playoff game. The Chiefs’ injury report is comparatively smaller, with rookie offensive tackle Wanya Morris ruled out, and wide receivers Justyn Ross and Kadarius Toney listed as questionable after a week of rest in Week 18.

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