The Miami Dolphins and Indianapolis Colts will face off in a Week 16 contest this Sunday. Both teams released their final injury reports on Friday, updating the players who have been ruled out of the game, as well as those who are doubtful, questionable, or probable for the contest.
The Dolphins did not rule out any players for Sunday, though the Colts did eliminate quarterback Andrew Luck and safety Winston Guy. Luck has been dealing with a lacerated kidney and a torn abdominal muscle, which has caused him to miss most of the season. Guy is sidelined with both a hamstring problem and a shoulder issue.
Miami's doubtful population includes tackle Ja'Wuan James and defensive tackle Earl Mitchell, while the Colts did not use the categorization on anyone. James, Miami's starting right tackle, has missed the last seven weeks due to a toe injury. Mitchell injured his calf two weeks ago, and has not been able to practice or play since.
The questionable category for Miami included linebacker Jelani Jenkins, wide receiver Rishard Matthews, and center Mike Pouncey. Jenkins has an ankle issue, Matthews has been dealing with a ribs injury the last few weeks, and Pouncey, who was named to the Pro Bowl this week, has a foot and ankle sprain. The Colts placed safety Colt Anderson, linebacker Josh McNary, and wide receiver Donte Moncrief in the questionable category. Anderson has an ankle injury, McNary has a groin issue, and Moncrief is dealing with a toe problem.
The Dolphins listed tackle Branden Albert, wide receiver Jarvis Landry, running back Lamar Miller, wide receiver DeVante Parker, tight end Jake Stoneburner, and guard Billy Turner as probable, while the Colts included tight end Jack Doyle, linebacker Jerrell Freeman, quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, and linebacker Erik Walden in the category. For Miami, Albert has a knee injury, Landry a knee problem, Miller has quadriceps and ankle problems, Parker an ankle issue, Stoneburner a problem with his foot, and Turner a calf injury. On the Colts side of the report, Doyle has a toe injury, Freeman is dealing with a hamstring problem, Hasselbeck has back and ribs issues, Jackson has a quadriceps injury, and Walden has a foot injury.
The Colts will kickoff against the Dolphins in South Florida's Sun Life Stadium at 1pm ET Sunday.