Left tackle Laremy Tunsil will be back in the starting lineup against the Indianapolis Colts based on the final injury report of the week.
Tunsil, who missed the game against the Green Bay Packers two Sundays ago, did not receive a game status designation, meaning he will be available to play.
Right tackle Ja’Wuan James, who also missed the game against Green Bay with a knee injury, was among the seven players the Dolphins listed as questionable Friday.
The only player ruled out was wide receiver Jakeem Grant, who is expected to miss the remainder of the season with an Achilles injury but remains on the 53-man roster.
A new name on the injury report Friday was Davon Godchaux, who has a shin injury and was among those listed as questionable. He was limited in practice Friday.
The Dolphins did not practice Thursday, so their participation report for that day was based on an estimation of player availability had there been practice.
Parker wore a red (non-contact) jersey in practice all week and was limited. The same applied to running back Kenyan Drake, but Drake didn’t get a game status designation and will be available against the Colts.
Also not receiving a game status designation was quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who will make his return to the lineup after missing five games with a shoulder injury.
The Colts ruled out three players Friday, including tight ends Ryan Hewitt (ankle) and Erik Swoope (knee). The other was starting center Ryan Kelly (knee).
The one player listed as questionable was yet another tight end, Mo Alie-Cox (calf).