The Dolphins will be missing three players against the New York Jets on Sunday, but could have two offensive players back in the lineup.
Wide receiver **Kenny Stills** (groin) and tight end **A.J. Derby** (foot) both were listed as questionable on the Dolphins' final injury report of the week. Stills missed the game against Houston, while Derby has missed the past five games after being injured in the Week 3 game against Oakland.
Stills practiced for the first time this week on Friday, albeit on a limited basis. Derby was a full participant for a third consecutive day.
The other player listed as questionable is cornerback **Xavien Howard**, who has an ankle injury. Howard was a full participant in practice Friday after being limited the previous two days.
Ruled out Friday were quarterback **Ryan Tannehill** (shoulder), defensive end **Charles Harris** (calf) and cornerback **Cordrea Tankersley**, who sustained a season-ending knee injury during practice Thursday.
For the Jets, tight end Neal Sterling (concussion) was ruled out Friday, and CB Trumaine Johnson (quad), and LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (foot) were listed as doubtful.
The Jets listed five other players as questionable, including wide receivers Quincy Enunwa (ankle), Robby Anderson (ankle) and Andre Roberts (back). The others were DL Steve McLendon (ankle) and OLB Frankie Luvu (neck).