Zach Not Cleared for Contact

The Dolphins may have to play yet another game without Zach Thomas. The veteran linebacker was limited in practice on Wednesday because of a migraine, and he hasn't been cleared for contact as of yet.

Thomas missed the Giants game in London on Oct. 28 a week after being involved in a car accident on his way home from the New England game, with the injury being described at the time as whiplash.

But we might now be dealing with another concussion based on Thomas' migraine. Coach Cam Cameron said Wednesday the evaluation of Thomas was "ongoing."

HOLLIDAY BACK: Defensive tackle Vonnie Holliday was cleared for contact and took part in a full practice. Holliday hasn't played since sustaining a fracture of his lower right leg in the loss to Oakland Sept. 30.

NEW DB IN TOWN: The Dolphins made a roster move on Wednesday, signing defensive back Jereme Perry, a second-year player from Eastern Michigan.

Perry played in 12 games for Cleveland last season, recording 12 tackles and a fumble recovery on defense and six more stops on special teams.

To make room for Perry, the Dolphins placed rookie linebacker Abraham Wright on injured reserve.

Cameron said Wright, who became the eighth Dolphins player placed on IR, had been bothered by a knee problem.

HOLY TOLEDO: Offensive lineman Joe Toledo was activated off the physically unable to perform list and practiced on Wednesday.

The Dolphins have 21 days to decide wether to move Toledo to the active roster or keep him on PUP for the rest of the season.

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