Kendrick Norton had his left arm amputated following a car crash near Miami earlier this month.
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Kendrick Norton was released from a hospital on Thursday, two weeks after the crash that led to his left arm being amputated.
Dolphins assistant head coach Jim Caldwell is expected to be away from the team for the 2019 season "due to some medical complications that require my full attention."
The Dolphins' Kendrick Norton was cited with improper lane change, due to him pulling in front of another vehicle and making slight contact with it before crashing into a concrete barrier in the accident that led to his left arm being amputated.
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