Cornerback Omare Lowe might make his NFL debut this Sunday when the Dolphins take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

Lowe took part in a full practice on Wednesday, and Coach Dave Wannstedt said afterward that there was a chance Lowe would be in uniform against the Chiefs.

The fifth-round pick from Washington has yet to play a game because of a high ankle sprain he sustained during training camp.

Wannstedt said it would come down to which players he chooses to make inactive, something he anticipates will create tough decisions during the season.

Other notes from Wednesday's workout:

Long-snapper Ed Perry was looking fine after wearing a protective boot on his ankle the day after the Jets game.

-- Wannstedt said tight end Desmond Clark is still not ready to play, altough he is doing almost everything at practice. Clark had targeted this game as his return date, but it obviously will be pushed back.

-- Linebacker Brad Jackson, who was brought in for a workout on Tuesday, has signed with the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers had a roster opening after they put cornerback Terry Fair, whom the Dolphins had an interest in a couple of weeks ago, on injured reserve.

-- Safety Scott McGarrahan, who missed last Sunday's game because of a groin injury, practiced on Wednesday.

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