6'1'' / 210 lbs
Holland (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Jets.
Holland got hurt in the second half. Prior to getting injured, Holland registered a 99-yard interception return for a touchdown on the final play of the first half as Jets quarterback Tim Boyle attempted an ill-advised Hail Mary. The safety also had five solo tackles.
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Holland (concussion) was left off the Dolphins' initial Week 9 injury report released Wednesday, Travis Wingfield of the team's official site reports.
Holland sat out the Dolphins' Week 8 win over the Patriots after entering the protocol upon sustaining the head injury in a Week 7 loss to Philadelphia. According to Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com, head coach Mike McDaniel said earlier Wednesday that Holland cleared the protocol, and the 23-year-old's omission from the Week 9 injury report confirms that he returned to practice as a full participant. With the head injury in the rear-view mirror, Holland should reprise his starting role at safety alongside DeShon Elliott in Sunday's matchup with the Chiefs in Frankfurt, Germany. Through seven games this season, Holland has tallied 52 tackles, three pass breakups and three forced fumbles.
Holland (concussion) has been ruled out of Sunday's contest against the Patriots, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports.
Holland sustained the injury at some point during the Dolphins' 31-17 loss to the Eagles in Week 7. He missed Wednesday's practice but was able to get in limited participation for both Thursday and Friday. With Holland set to miss his first game of the season, Wolfe notes that Brandon Jones is set to take over as the starter for Sunday's game.
Holland (concussion) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Patriots, David Furones of The Sun Sentinel reports.
Holland likely suffered his concussion during Miami's Week 7 loss to the Eagles, but he was able log limited practice sessions both Thursday and Friday. If the 23-year-old is unable to suit up this Sunday, Elijah Campbell is expected to start at free safety.
Holland (concussion) was a limited participant at practice Thursday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
After missing practice Wednesday, Holland was able to upgrade to limited participation for Thursday's session. It seems there's still work to do to clear the league's concussion protocol though, and if he doesn't practice in full Friday, he'll probably carry an injury designation into the weekend.
Holland (concussion) did not participate at practice Wednesday, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports.
Holland presumably sustained the concussion Sunday at Philadelphia, and he's now missing practice because of it to start the new week. He'll probably need to return to practice in some capacity Thursday or Friday to have a chance to play in Week 8 versus the Patriots.
Holland recorded eight tackles (seven solo), a pass defensed and two forced fumbles in Sunday's 70-20 win versus the Broncos.
Holland is reminding the league why he's one of football's most feared safeties through three weeks, and he showed off his exceptional nose for the ball in Week 3 by punching it out of Courtland Sutton's arms twice, creating two turnovers. He's easily on pace for the first 100-tackle season of his career and looks like a prime beneficiary of new defensive coordinator Vic Fangio's scheme.
Holland recorded 14 tackles (10 solo) in Sunday's 36-34 win over the Chargers.
Holland opened the season with an exclamation point, compiling a team-high 14 stops. The safety is coming off of a sophomore campaign where he notched 95 tackles and he appears to be picking up from where he left off.