Brian Griese will get his third consecutive start at quarterback for the Dolphins Sunday when they take on the Tennessee Titans at The Coliseum.

Coach Dave Wannstedt made the announcement on Monday during his day-after-the-game press conference.

Jay Fiedler still is not 100 percent because of his knee injury, and team doctors have decided Fiedler should rest on Wednesday.

Wannstedt said he was hoping Fiedler could be ready to be the No. 2 quarterback on Sunday after being the No. 3 QB each of the last two games.

In other news:

-- The Dolphins were scheduled to meet with tackle Mark Dixon on Monday, and all indications are he will be put on injured reserve.

-- After working out former New England offensive tackle Kenyatta Jones on Friday, the Dolphins had tackles Bernard Robertson and Alex Sulfstedt in for workouts on Monday.

And on Tuesday, the Dolphins will take a look at former Miami Pro Bowl tackle Richmond Webb.

-- The Dolphins didn't sustain major injuries in the loss to the Colts, but cornerback Patrick Surtain has an ankle sprain that will have him listed as questionable for the Tennessee game.

-- Second-year offensive lineman Seth McKinney saw action at left guard for a couple of series against the Colts, replacing Jamie Nails.

Wannstedt said it was just a matter of getting McKinney said playing time.

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