DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is practicing on a limited basis after leaving Sunday's victory over the New York Jets in the first quarter with left knee and thigh injuries.
Tannehill wore a brace and thigh-to-ankle sleeve on his left leg for Wednesday's workout. He participated in passing drills, but backup Matt Moore took the snaps with the starters at the beginning of team drills, while Pat Devlin worked with the second team.
Tannehill was cleared to return to practice after undergoing an MRI exam, but the injuries may prevent him from taking part in an all-rookie showdown against the Colts' Andrew Luck in Indianapolis on Sunday.
Moore went 11 for 19 against the Jets for 131 yards and a score.
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