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Monday, January 24, 2022

Dolphins’ Jevon Holland vs. Jets Despite Clearing COVID Protocols

Distinguished newcomer to the Miami Dolphins in safety, Jevon Holland will not play against the New York Jets at 1:00 p.m. Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium, despite being dropped from the reserve / COVID-19 roster on Saturday.

Holland entered Sunday in doubt on the team’s injury record, but he was officially demoted to more than four hours before Sunday morning’s match due to “non-injury related illness.”

Dolphins (6-7) will face the Jets (3-10) without a strong rookie in attack and defense. Holland aside, slot recipient Jaylen Waddle will miss Sunday’s game against rival AFC East after he was listed on the COVID list on Thursday. In his first season in the NFL, Holland has 51 tackles, two steals and a couple of fumbles, while Waddle tries to break the rookie tackle record with 86 assists for 849 yards and four touchdowns, plus one snatch score.

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Miami also lacks running Phillip Lindsay, and running back training squad Jerry Doakes is also on the COVID list. The Dolphins activated fleeing COVID roster Miles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed on Friday and are available to play alongside Duke Johnson, who was dropped from the training squad as a COVID replacement earlier this week.

The Dolphins still have striker Austin Jackson (sickness), tight end Adam Shaheen (knee) and defender Clayton Fedel (ankle) listed as questionable ahead of New York.

Without Holland in free safety, the Dolphins are likely to start with veteran Eric Rowe alongside Brandon Jones in safety. Roe has replaced Jones in strong safety in his last two wins over the Carolina Panthers and the New York Giants, but Roe is now back from an elbow injury.

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