The Dolphins and Jets play on Monday Night Football, so their final Week Six injury reports weren’t due until Saturday. Both teams have practiced, and the reports have been released.
For the Dolphins, running back Daniel Thomas is listed as questionable after practicing on a limited basis Saturday. Thomas was also limited on Thursday and Friday, and it appears he’ll be a game-time decision against the Jets.
The Dolphins also listed cornerback Nolan Carroll (hamstring), safety Chris Clemons (hamstring), and tight end Will Yeatman (shoulder) as questionable. Cornerback Vontae Davis (hamstring), defensive lineman Tony McDaniel (hand), and linebacker Koa Misi (neck) are all probable.
The Jets have 13 players on their injury report. Most notably, center Nick Mangold (ankle) is listed as questionable after a second straight “limited” practice. Despite the 50-50 designation, Mangold is expected to start against Miami.
Probable for the Jets: Cornerback Marquice Cole (hamstring), defensive end Marcus Dixon (shoulder), linebacker Garrett McIntyre (concussion), long snapper Tanner Purdum (back), running back LaDainian Tomlinson (calf), defensive tackle Martin Tevaseu (back), and defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (shoulder).
The Jets have ruled out wide receiver Logan Payne (wrist), defensive end Ropati Pitoitua (knee), cornerback Donald Strickland (concussion), and cornerback Isaiah Trufant (hamstring).