The Miami Dolphins prepare to play the Minnesota Vikings (includes video story)

The Miami Dolphins currently sit at 3-2 and are set to play the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

The team has suffered some challenges early on to the season. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and backup quarter back Teddy Bridgewater are both out due to concussion protocol. Tagovailoa joined practice yesterday for the first time in two weeks, but Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel is taking it day by day.

“This is a tricky process,” the coach said yesterday during a press conference in regard to Tagovailoa returning back on the field. 

As for backup quarterback, Bridgewater also returned to practice yesterday but will not play on Sunday’s game either. Miami Dolphins will start rookie Skylar Thompson on Sunday.

Wide receiver’s Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle are both also suffering injuries. Hill with quad and foot and Waddle with groin, although they are still set to play in Sunday’s game. 

Amanda Milian is a senior at Florida International University majoring in Digital Broadcasting. She enjoys educating the future broadcasters of America, watching college football and baseball and expanding her knowledge in the realm of communications and broadcasting. Amanda hopes to someday be an anchor on Good Morning America and looks forward to the path ahead of her in broadcast journalism.