DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill remains limited in practice, and his availability for Sunday's game at Indianapolis is uncertain.
Nursing a leg injury, Tannehill took snaps with the first team Thursday and threw on the run. But for the second consecutive day he practiced wearing a brace and thigh-to-ankle sleeve on his left leg.
Tannehill left Sunday's victory over the New York Jets in the first quarter with left knee and thigh injuries. Matt Moore replaced him and led Miami to a 30-9 win.
Coach Joe Philbin declined to discuss the likelihood of Tannehill playing Sunday.
"We're going to make the best decision for the team when we have enough appropriate information," he said.
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