The Dolphins will get some added help this Sunday when they try to defeat a New York team for the second time, as WRs DeVante Parker and Albert Wilson have been cleared from the concussion protocol and were removed from the game's injury status report.
Parker, who signed a four-year, $40 million contract extension earlier this week, suffered the injury during last week's loss to the Jets when he was tackled after catching a pass and hit his head on the field.
Wilson also suffered the injury last week against the Jets.
The Giants on the other hand will be without a number of key players on Sunday as they look to end their 10-game losing streak.
Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones will miss his second straight game with a high-ankle sprain, meaning Eli Manning will get at least one more chance to start a game at home.
Evan Engram (foot), Rhett Ellison (concussion) and Kevin Zeitler (ankle) will also be out for the Giants tomorrow at MetLife Stadium.