Dolphins Daniel Thomas and Vontae Davis Ruled Out Against Giants

The Miami Dolphins will be without the services of starting running back, rookie Daniel Thomas, and number one cornerback, Vontae Davis when they face the New York Giants on Sunday. 

Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN New York has the scoop:

The Dolphins will likely have to rely more on Reggie Bush after running back Daniel Thomas was downgraded to out on Saturday.

Miami also downgraded cornerback Vontae Davis to out as well. Both Thomas and Davis have hamstring injuries.

Reggie Bush – who's been nursing a neck injury of his own – is listed as probable and will be relied on to carry the load with Daniel Thomas out with a hamstring injury. 

The Dolphins are already without starting quarterback Chad Henne, who's missed the last two games with a separated shoulder. Now they'll have to travel to East Rutherford to face the NFC East-leading Giants without their starting running back and wide receiver.

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