Miami Dolphins linebacker Spencer Paysinger expects to face Patriots

This is the play on which Spencer Paysinger (42) hurt his knee. (Getty Images)

This is the play on which Spencer Paysinger (42) hurt his knee. (Getty Images)

DAVIE–Dolphins linebacker Spencer Paysinger hyper-extended his knee in the Buffalo game, but doesn’t think it will keep him out against New England.

Miami, already missing at least four starters on defense, held him out of practice Wednesday. He was limited Thursday.

“It’s nothing really,” said Paysinger, who has been running full speed on it. “I finished the game and I’ve been walking pretty well, so it shouldn’t be a problem. I’ve been good. It’s fine. I think it won’t be a problem.”

Paysinger led the Dolphins with nine tackles against the Bills. Among players expected to be active Sunday, he is seventh on the team with 45 for the year.

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