MIAMI (AP) -Ronnie Brown and Renaldo Hill, both sidelined for the rest of the Miami Dolphis' season because of knee injuries, had surgery Thursday.
Both players had torn anterior cruciate ligaments repaired by Dr. James Andrews in Birmingham, Ala. Both were hurt Oct. 21 against New England and were placed on injured reserve three days later.
Brown, a running back, led the NFL in total yards from scrimmage when he was hurt. Hill, part of an injury-plagued secondary for the winless Dolphins, started the first seven games at safety.

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