Dolphins' Brown to have MRI on right knee Monday
MIAMI -- Third-year tailback Ronnie Brown, who has represented the bulk of the Miami Dolphins' offense so far in 2007, will undergo an MRI exam Monday morning to determine the extent of a right knee injury that forced him from Sunday's 49-28 loss to the New England Patriots.
A spokesman for the Florida Highway Patrol said that Thomas' 2007 Mercedes was struck from behind on The Florida's Turnpike by a driver in a pickup truck. The driver of the truck was cited for failure to use due care. Thomas' car, which was being driven at the time by his wife, Maritza, had to be towed.
Len Pasquarelli is a senior writer for ESPN.com.
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