Thursday PM update: Hill has been removed from the injury report and will play as usual, but on a Saturday.
Thursday update: Hill was upgraded on Wednesday to a full practice and should be ready to go in Orchard Park Saturday.
Tuesday Update: The Dolphins didn’t hold an official practice on Tuesday, but the team released a practice estimation. Hill picked up an ankle injury in the win last week and is listed as being limited for Tuesday. Miami does play Saturday, so Hill will have just two days two log more practices before the official injury designations are released Thursday afternoon.
Dolphins didn’t practice Tuesday, but here’s a team-released estimation of how their injury report would’ve looked. Bills held a walkthrough. pic.twitter.com/mbFcaU1rav— David Furones (@DavidFurones_) December 13, 2022
The Miami Dolphins were without their star wide receiver at the end of Week 14’s loss to the Chargers, as Tyreek Hill was dealing with an ankle injury. Hill’s injury doesn’t appear to be severe, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, but he still isn’t a lock to play against the Bills in Week 15.
Hill, even on his injured ankle, was able to catch a long touchdown pass with ease, but he was getting treatment by keeping his ankle loose on the sideline until he couldn’t go anymore. He will likely miss some practice time this week and could even be questionable, but with a game against the division leader, he will likely give it his best shot to get on the field.
Fantasy football implications for Week 15
If Hill can’t go, Jaylen Waddle would see a nice uptick in work and become a possible smash play, even against a good pass defense.