DOLPHINS QB LISTED AT QUESTIONABLE,
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears with a throwing shoulder injury that first bothered him last month.
Tannehill was limited in Friday’s workout — the first time he has missed practice time because of the injury. He wasn’t on the injury report last week, but was during the week of Sept. 24.
Brock Osweiler or David Fales would start if Tannehill can’t play for the injuryplagued Dolphins.
Left tackle Laremy Tunsil has been released from the concussion protocol and is listed as questionable, while defensive end Cameron Wake is listed as doubtful with a knee injury. He again sat out practice but isn’t far from returning, coach Adam Gase said.
CHIEFS: Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver DeAnthony Thomas broke a leg during practice and could miss the rest of the season.
Chiefs trainer Rick Burkholder said that Thomas was taking part in Thursday’s practice when he got stepped on from behind, fracturing the same leg he broke in a game last December. Thomas had surgery to repair the break and had a metal rod inserted, though the latest break did not damage that repair.
“He had what we consider a freak accident,” Burkholder said. “All indications are right now that he won’t need surgery and he will heal up on his own, but he will need some time to heal up.”
The undefeated Chiefs will also be without free safety Eric Murray (ankle) and offensive lineman Laurent DuvernayTardif (leg) against the Patriots on Sunday, while linebacker Justin Houston (hamstring) is doubtful.
BROWNS: Cleveland rookie wide receiver Derrick Willies broke his collarbone in practice Friday and will miss Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers and likely several more.
Willies came through for the Browns last week against the Baltimore Ravens after Rashard Higgins went down while making a block in the fourth quarter.
An undrafted free agent from Texas Tech, Willies turned a short pass from quarterback Baker Mayfield into a 39-yard gain in overtime to help set up Cleveland’s gamewinning field goal with 2 seconds left.
Ryan Tannehill was limited in the Dolphins’ practice Friday.