Miami Dolphins' quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. Tannehill practiced the entire week, but he's been limited and the team is taking precaution with the rookie quarterback's left knee injury.
Tannehill is supposed to receive treatment for his knee when the team arrives to Indianapolis, but in case of a setback, the Dolphins are prepared to put Matt Moore behind center.
Dolphins' cornerback Richard Marshall has been ruled out with a back injury. Brian Hartline (groin/hamstring), defensive tackle Tony McDaniel (knee) are listed as questionable along with Tannehill.
Dolphins players listed as probable: linebacker Karlos Dansby (biceps), quarterback Matt Moore (calf), center Mike Pouncey (Achilles), running back Daniel Thomas (elbow) and linebacker Jason Trusnik (forearm).
Vontae Davis was traded to the Colts from Miami earlier in the season, but won't be able to play against his former team. Davis (knee) and Coby Fleener (shoulder) are both listed as out for the Colts.
The Dolphins and Colts both enter this game with 4-3 records, after being among the league's worst teams last season.