The Miami Dolphins have listed quarterback Ryan Tannehill as limited in practice all week with a shoulder injury. He originally injured the shoulder during the third quarter against the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday. He did not miss any time in the game, but was added to the injury report on Wednesday.
Today, the Dolphins returned to the practice field after Thursday's off day, and Tannehill was a full participant. Officially, the team listed him as probably for Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons, Miami's first home game this season.
The media, which was able to watch the individual drills today, but had to leave prior to the team portion of the workout, reported that Tannehill threw the ball fine today, and did not seem to have any issues with his shoulder.
The Dolphins did rule cornerback Dimitri Patterson and defensive tackle Paul Soliai out of the game. Neither player practiced Friday, and were listed as non-participants in the fictional Thursday practice as well.
Safety Chris Clemons (hamstring - limited), quarterback Pat Devlin (ankle - limited), linebacker Koa Misi (knee - limited), center Mike Pouncey (ankle - limited), and wide receiver Mike Wallace (groin - limited) were all listed as questionable. The probable list for Miami included cornerback Will Davis (toe - full), linebacker Dannell Ellerbe (pectoral/ribs - full), tackle Nate Garner (shoulder - full), guard John Jerry (knee - full), defensive end Dion Jordan (shoulder - full), Tannehill (shoulder - full), cornerback Jamar Taylor (groin - full), defensive end Olivier Vernon (thumb - full), and safety Jimmy Wilson (groin - full).
As for the Falcons, they added tackle Sam Baker to running back Steven Jackson on the out list. Questionable players for Atlanta are wide receiver Julio Jones (knee - limiter), defensive end Cliff Matthews (neck - limited), cornerback Asante Samuel (thigh - limited), and wide receiver Roddy White (ankle - limited). Finally linebacker Akeem Dent (shoulder - full) and center Peter Konz (knee - full) were listed as probable.
The team also listed Jonathan Babineaux as a non-participant in practice for a non-injury reason
The Dolphins and Falcons kick off in Sun Life Stadium at 4:05pm ET on Sunday.
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