Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall returned to practice on Wednesday. He had missed the last two weeks due to a right hamstring injury. Marshall was limited, but this was his first practice back after being injured in Week 11. "Well, Brandon practiced today limited and he was out there on the practice field and got some work out of him today which was good, was good for Brandon to get back out there and you know be with his teammates there in that situation. He's really worked hard to get over this and to get this thing behind him," Dolphins coach Tony Sparano said. "Again, we'll have to see where it goes tomorrow and how he feels and whether or not we can do a little bit more."
Next up for the Dolphins is the Cleveland Browns at home. Having Marshall back is big for this offense. The quarterback play has been erratic. The running backs have been hot and cold. Even Marshall has had a down year, but he's still too good to sit on your fantasy roster. For those owners that have him, he's a must start. Cleveland's pass defense has improved, but only cosmetically. Their last four opponents have been the New England Patriots, New York Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars and Carolina Panthers. Far from the most dynamic offenses and when they faced New England in Week 9, they were still ironing out the kinks of losing Randy Moss. Marshall may underwhelm, but do you want him on the bench if he has a huge game? Not many players can put up big stats like he can.