Dolphins lose two WRs for four weeks in disastrous roster moves

Two wideouts for the Miami Dolphins are out for at least four weeks with injuries. The Dolphins have gotten off to a great start this season.

Their offensive performance has been where they've excelled the most.Week 3 saw the Dolphins lose 70 points to the Broncos in Denver. They accomplished it without the help

of Jaylen Waddle. But Waddle made it through the concussion protocol on Friday, so he should be OK to go for Week 4 against the Bills.However, the Dolphins won't have the services

of two additional wideouts for the next thirty days.ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Dolphins have placed River Cracraft and Erik Ezukanma on injured reserve and the

reserve/NFI list, respectively.Fox Sports claims that Cracraft injured his shoulder in Week 3 and that Ezukanma is still nursing a neck issue from his college days.

The team is currently determining the severity of Craft's shoulder injury from Sunday's game against the Broncos and whether or not he will need to go on injured reserve.

According to McDaniel, "Ezukanma may have re-aggravated a neck injury sustained in college," but the club is still gathering more information to determine the full

nature of the ailment.The Dolphins will be severely depleted in depth for the next four games without those players. 

Until Cracraft and Ezukanma return, the squad will be counting on the rest of the WR group to stay healthy.