Dolphins Sitting Down Traylor

The Miami Dolphins are sitting down defensive tackle Keith Traylor to rest an ailing right knee.

Traylor underwent surgery on the knee last season and had been attempting to play through the discomfort this season. It's not clear how long he'll be sidelined.

Miami is ranked second in the NFL in total defense and Traylor has been a major contributor. Now, veterans Dan Wilkinson and Jeff Zgonina are to split playing time at his position.

By Mark Maske |  November 16, 2006; 3:41 PM ET  | Category:  Dolphins
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