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Dolphins' Frerotte Returns

November 20, 2005|From the Associated Press

DAVIE, Fla. — Miami Dolphin quarterback Gus Frerotte rejoined practice on a limited basis Friday, an indication he'll probably start at Cleveland despite a sprained right index finger.

"We feel like he probably could play in the game, based on what he did today," coach Nick Saban said Friday.

Frerotte didn't participate fully in team drills, and backup Sage Rosenfels remains an option for today. Saban declined to say which quarterback will start, hoping to create some doubt for the Browns.

"If you had a gun, put it to my head and you say, 'I'm going to shoot you if you don't tell me,' I probably would tell you," Saban said. "But absent the gun, I just said what I am going to say, because if I tell you I tell everybody."

Frerotte hurt his finger in the first half of last Sunday's loss to New England, received an injection at halftime and finished the game.

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