Friday's Dolphins - Patriots Injury Report

Quarterback Jay Cutler (concussion), defensive end William Hayes (back) and guard Jermon Bushrod (foot) all will miss the game against the New England Patriots on Sunday.

The three were ruled out when the Dolphins released their final injury report of the week.

Tackle Laremy Tunsil was listed as questionable, although he was a full participant in practice Friday after missing two days because of illness. Safety Maurice Smith sat out practice Friday because of illness and also was listed as questionable, as was linebacker Stephone Anthony (quadriceps). Anthony was a full participant in practice the past two days.

Safety Michael Thomas (knee) and running back Senorise Perry (knee) were not given game status designation and will be available. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh showed up on the injury report Friday because he was given the day off, though he will be available against New England.

For the Patriots, Tom Brady (Achilles) and Rob Gronkowski (illness) received no game status designation after being on the injury report this week, meaning they both will be available Sunday.

The Patriots ruled out three players Friday, including former Dolphins wide receiver Chris Hogan (shoulder). The others were center David Andrews (illness) and tackle Marcus Cannon (ankle).

Tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder/hamstring) was listed as doubtful after not practicing the past two days; WR Danny Amendola (knee), DT Malcom Brown (ankle), S Patrick Chung (ankle), CB Eric Rowe (groin) and WR Matthews Slater (hamstring) all were listed as questionable. All five practiced on a limited basis Friday.

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