Just when you thought that last year was an aberration, the injury bug has hit Miami big so far in training camp. First Ryan Tannehill, then Ted Larson and in the first preseason game Raekwon McMillan goes down for the year. Not good news, obviously. But from a timing standpoint things could be worse. If Tannehill went down in game three of the season I'm not sure Jay Cutler would be an option. It would take weeks, I'd think, for him to get into NFL shape. Cutler is a step down from Tannehill to be sure, but his numbers with Adam Gase in Chicago were similar to what Tannehill did last year. He gives Miami a chance. McMillan, but all accounts, was having an outstanding training camp and perhaps was the one rookie who would have played the most snaps this year. Miami is not deep at linebacker so that's another tough one. It could give a young player like Chase Allen a chance to emerge, though. Those things do happen in sports. The team will likely sign a veteran linebacker as well. The Dolphins were decimated by injuries last year and still made the playoffs. At least these injuries are early enough where the team can get players into the system. The season is not lost by any means.