Now, Timmons has reportedly been located but won't play against the Chargers on Sunday afternoon.
Miami was supposed to open action last weekend versus Tampa Bay, only to be defeated by Hurricane Irma. Chargers are 3-0 in their last 3 home openers.
"Well, we'll always have a plan for that, but if he can make it back, that would certainly help", Lynn said.
On the one hand, the Chargers are to be commended with how they fought back in Week 1 against a good team on the road to almost pull off a stunner. They need to find a way to stick to their running game.
The Chargers possess a familiar feeling, one that haunted them through a five-win season previous year. "My parents get to come to all of the home games, so that's special for them, special for me". So not only will Cutler have his work cut out for him, needing to get rid of the ball quickly, but his offensive line also will need to do its part. Bosa's dad, John, was Dolphins' first-round pick in 1987. Parker should still be able to put together a very good game despite the Chargers' most recent upgrades in their secondary. But Philip Rivers is confident the Chargers won't have the "here-we-go-again" attitude after losing another tight game.
The Dolphins will finally play their first game of the young National Football League season and will likely have to shake off first-game jitters in order to be competitive.
"You won't have a problem with guys' attitude or guys moping around", Rivers stressed. "I think the Chargers' defense stands tall against Jay Cutler, allowing the Bolts to cruise to a comfortable win, 28-14".
On the other side of the field, the Dolphins are coming into Los Angeles looking for their first win of the 2017 season.
March-Lillard played in five games for the Chiefs last season and started all of them, producing 22 tackles and two passes defended. Los Angeles made room for Davis by waiving one of Davis' practice squad teammates, Geremy Davis, who was only signed to the Chargers on September 11. Cutler planned to become an analyst on Fox TV broadcasts this season, but he changed his mind and rejoined former Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase (now the Dolphins' coach) after an injury sidelined QB Ryan Tannehill. "He's been a little streaky in his career, and when he's hot, he's red-hot". It's unclear what could have angered him over the course of the week that would inspire him to leave the team.