DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Indianapolis, and coach Joe Philbin says there's no timetable for a decision on whether he'll play.
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Tannehill was limited in practice for the third day in a row Friday and again wore a brace on his left leg. He left Sunday's 30-9 victory over the New York Jets in the first quarter with left knee and thigh injuries.
If Tannehill doesn't start, he would be replaced by Matt Moore, who played well coming off the bench against the Jets.
Cornerback Richard Marshall was ruled out for the fourth game in a row with a back injury. Receiver Brian Hartline (groin and hamstring) and defensive tackle Tony McDaniel (knee) were limited in practice and are questionable.