Despite Tony Sparano's vagueness, it doesn't appear that Miami Dolphins tailback Ronnie Brown will be healthy enough to play in Thursday night's game against the Panthers.
Not only can Brown not walk without the assistance of crutches, but his foot problem is a bit more serious than the medical staff initially thought. He's presently battling soreness in his right foot, which was initially diagnosed as a ankle sprain.
There is a possibility Brown will be sent to see a specialist within the next two days because the injury could sideline him for more than Thursday night's game against Carolina. However, it puzzles me why his right foot isn't in a walking boot.
Ricky Williams will serve as the trigger man in the Wildcat, but there's presently an audition taking place for who serves as the actual Wildcat, which is the player who runs the end arounds, filling Williams role.