Daniel Thomas, Miami Dolphins Running Back, Questionable for Game Against Jets

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    The Dolphins' Daniel Thomas scores a TD in the fourth quarter as Steve Gregory of the New England Patriots looks on at Sun Life Stadium on Dec. 15.

    Miami Dolphins backup running back Daniel Thomas is questionable for Sunday's game against the New York Jets with a left ankle injury that has hampered him in recent weeks.

    Thomas was limited in practice Friday.

    Quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who briefly left last week's loss at Buffalo with a left knee injury, is listed as probable. He participated fully in practice all week.

    Eight other players are listed as probable, including defensive tackle Paul Soliai (ankle), safety Chris Clemons (knee and hamstring) and linebacker Koa Misi (triceps), who were all limited in practice Friday.