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Friday's Dolphins-Chiefs Injury Report

The Dolphins listed six players as questionable on their final injury report of the week, including three who missed the Buffalo game.


Those three are DE Andre Branch (knee), CB Cordrea Tankersley (ankle) and S Michael Thomas (knee). Branch and Tankersley were full participants in practice Friday; Thomas was limited Friday in his first practice of the week.


The other players listed as questionable were DE Terrence Fede (knee), S T.J. McDonald (shoulder) and WR DeVante Parker (ankle). Fede and Parker were full participants Friday, while McDonald was limited.

Quarterback Matt Moore (foot) and running back Damien Williams (shoulder) both were listed as doubtful. They each have missed the past three games.

Five players who appeared on the injury report this week were not given game status designations and will be available: LB Chase Allen, DE Charles Harris, C Mike Pouncey, DT Ndamukong Suh and DE Cameron Wake.


Kansas City had only one player with a game status designation for Sunday — linebacker Justin Houston was listed as questionable after missing the last two days of practice because of illness.

The other nine players on the Chiefs injury report this week had no game status designation and will be available: T Eric Fisher, LB Tamba Hali, TE Travis Kelce, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis, DL Jarvis Jenkins, DT Bennie Logan, S Eric Murray, WR Albert Wilson and TE Orson Charles.

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