Dolphins final injury report

DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins (6-6) released their final injury report for Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-7), which will have plenty of playoff implications.

Here is the game status for Miami's injured players:

Out: CB Jamar Taylor (hamstring)

Questionable: CB Dimitri Patterson (groin), RB Daniel Thomas (ankle)

Probable: S Chris Clemons (knee, hamstring), QB Ryan Tannehill (thumb), G John Jerry (concussion), TE Michael Egnew (neck), LB Austin Spitler (knee)

Analysis: There were a couple surprises on Miami’s final injury report. Thomas didn’t practice much of the week but was limited on Friday. That was enough to provide a chance that he plays on Sunday, although I still think he will sit this game. Jerry also returned to practice Friday, which is a good sign. He’s expected to play as long as he passes concussion tests this weekend. Patterson is trying to make it back in time for Sunday but will be a game-time decision. For the Steelers, starting running back Le'Veon Bell is probable with a concussion.