Miami Dolphins Injury Report: Brandon Marshall, Reggie Bush Return To Practice

Miami Dolphins fans are breathing a sigh of relief on Thursday night after learning that running back Reggie Bush and wide receiver Brandon Marshall returned to practice. Both sat out on Wednesday, which led to concerns over their statuses for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos, but they had 100 percent participation and should be good to go.

Bush tandems in the backfield with Daniel Thomas, who was limited due to a hamstring injury. However, he is expected to play. Bush is the change-of-pace back while Thomas, a rookie, serves as the feature back.

Here is Thursday's full practice report:

Name  Pos. Injury  Wed.  Thu. 
Reggie Bush RB  Groin  DNP  FP 
Nolan Carroll CB  Hamstring  LP  LP 
Chris Clemons S  Hamstring  LP  LP 
Vontae Davis CB  Hamstring  -  LP 
Resahd Jones S  Knee  DNP  DNP 
Brandon Marshall WR  Quad  DNP  FP 
Daniel Thomas RB  Hamstring  LP  LP 
Cameron Wake LB  Hamstring  -  - 
Will Yeatman TE  Shoulder  LP  LP 

Be sure to visit our Broncos blog Mile High Report and our Dolphins blog The Phinsider for more on this matchup. Visit SB Nation NFL for more on NFL Week 7.

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