Dolphins hoping for a miracle with banged up offensive line

Tunsil practiced, Albert & Pouncey missed practice Wednesday

Dolphins offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil (number 67) practiced on Wednesday after hurting his shoulder against the Rams.

DAVIE, Fla. – Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen is hoping for a miracle this holiday weekend -- to have three of his injured starters on the offensive line back on the field this Sunday when they host the San Francisco 49ers.

The media asked Christensen about Mike Pouncey, Branden Albert and Laremy Tunsil on Wednesday and the coordinator said, "I hope they are out there. I hope they're all healthy. I hope they all make a miraculous recovery. You just gotta go with the knowledge you have today because otherwise you get your heart broken."

That knowledge being that Tunsil (shoulder) is a 50-50 chance to play Sunday against the 49ers after hurting his shoulder in the win against the Rams.

Pouncey (hip) and Albert (wrist) did not practice on Wednesday.

Coach Adam Gase said they will be taking it week-to-week with Pouncey but that his chances of playing on Sunday did not look good.

Defensive end Dion Jordan practiced for the first time in nearly two years after a suspension and knee surgery.