Looks like the Dolphins will have to make another roster move along the offensive line after guard Bennie Anderson underwent surgery on Tuesday.
According to a statement released by the Dolphins, Anderson is expected to miss the rest of the 2006 season.
Anderson injured his left triceps tendon in Sunday's loss to Buffalo, the team for which Anderson played last season.
With Anderson out, the only healthy backup offensive linemen at the moment are tackles Damion McIntosh and Anthony Alabi and guard/center Trey Darilek.
You can expect the Dolphins to scan the waiver wire for another big body.
One possibility might be William Whitticker, who played for Green Bay last season and worked out for the Dolphins last week.