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Holland (knee) does not expect to undergo surgery to address the injury that kept him from suiting up for Saturday's wild-card loss to the Chiefs, Adam H. Beasley of ProFootballNetwork.com reports.
Holland appeared in 12 regular-season games for Miami, compiling 74 tackles (52 solo), four pass breakups, one interception, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. His lone INT came in the form of a pick-six versus the Jets back in Week 12. Now heading into the final season of his rookie contract with the Dolphins, it's encouraging that Holland won't have to face the hurdle of recovering from offseason surgery.
Holland (knee) is inactive for Saturday's playoff contest against the Chiefs.
Holland sat out Week 13 through Week 16 due to injuries to both his knees, but he was able to return for Miami's final two regular-season contests. However, he is clearly still far from being 100 percent, as he logged a trio of DNPs during practice this week and won't be able to participate in the opening round of the playoffs. With Holland out Saturday, Elijah Campbell will likely start at free safety.
Holland (knee) is questionable for Saturday's game against the Chiefs, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports.
Holland has been dealing with the injury for multiple weeks, missing four games before returning for their last two due to it. His status for the wild-card matchup likely won't be known until the team releases its inactive list 90 minutes before the 8:00 PM ET kickoff. If he's unable to play, Elijah Campbell will be the next man up at free safety on the team's depth chart.
Holland (knee) was listed as a non-participant on the Dolphins' practice estimate for the second day in a row Wednesday.
The starting safety played through the knee injury in the Dolphins' last two regular season games, but he only managed 35 percent of the defensive snaps in the team's Week 18 loss to the Bills. Before returning for Miami's Week 17 matchup with Baltimore, Holland missed the previous four games. Elijah Campbell is next in line on the depth chart.
Holland (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Holland was given the questionable tag Saturday after initially being cleared the day before. He finished the week as a full participant in Friday's practice and will play in the Dolphins' regular-season finale. He has 73 tackles (52 solo), four passes defended, one interception, three fumbles and one fumble recovery over 11 games this season.
Holland (knee) was downgraded to questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Bills, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Holland began Miami's week of practice with back-to-back limited sessions due to a knee injury, and it seemed as if he'd move past the issue after a full practice Friday and no injury designation for Sunday's game. He's now been deemed questionable for the Dolphins' regular-season finale, and if he's unable to suit up, expect Elijah Campbell to see increased opportunities in the team's secondary.
Holland (knee) does not carry an injury designation into Sunday's game versus the Bills, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
As expected, Holland will suit up for Miami in the de facto AFC East Championship. He tied his season-low tackle total in Week 17 at Baltimore, so he'll hope to get back to something resembling his usual self Sunday.
Holland (knee) was a limited participant in practice for the second day in a row Thursday.
The safety returned for the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Ravens after missing four straight games with the knee injury. Holland played on 96 percent of the snaps against Baltimore and made three tackles. The third-year pro has 73 tackles, four passes defensed, three forced fumbles, an interception and a fumble recovery in 11 games this season.
Holland recorded four total tackles (three solo) and recovered a fumble in Sunday's 56-19 loss to the Ravens.
The third-year safety returned to the field for the first time since suffering a knee injury in Week 12, but he was virtually unable to help the Dolphins' defense in the blowout loss. Holland posted four-or-less tackles for just the third time this year, but he's still tied for second on Miami's defense with 74 total tackles in only 11 games. The Dolphins' defense is in for another big challenge in Week 18, as they'll host the Bills in hopes of winning their first AFC East title since 2008.