Dolphins vs. Colts 2012 injury report: Tannehill takes limited snaps Wednesday

Jeremy Brevard-US PRESSWIRE

Backup Matt Moore leads the starting unit through team drills.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill took limited snaps in Wednesday morning's practice after injuring his leg in Sunday's win over the New York Jets. According to the Miami Herald, Tannehill ran individual drills with the first team, and former starter Matt Moore ran the subsequent team drills. Tannehill looked slower in his drop, according to the Herald reporter on the scene. The rookie quarterback suffered a deep thigh bruise and a bone bruise on his left knee. After practice, he told the media he "felt good."

In other Miami injury news, cornerback Richard Marshall wasn't on the practice field Wednesday, making it likely that he will miss his fourth straight game when Miami takes on Indianapolis this Sunday. The Herald reports that Noal Carrol will likely start instead.

On the Indianapolis side, cornerback Vontae Davis and tight end Coby Fleener will both miss Sunday's game. Davis and Fleener are nursing knee and shoulder inuries, respectively. Both players injured themselves in last week's overtime win against the Tennessee Titans.

Kickoff for Sunday's game is at 4:30 in Indianapolis.

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