The Browns listed rookie defensive end Myles Garrett and defensive tackle Danny Shelton as questionable for Sunday's home game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Coach Hue Jackson said a decision about whether Garrett will make his NFL regular-season debut could be made as soon as Friday afternoon. Garrett practiced Thursday for the first time since he suffered a right high-ankle sprain Sept. 6. He was a limited participant Thursday and Friday.

"He moved around well, did some things today and we're going to huddle with the medical team and the football staff and see what's best," Jackson said.

Shelton is dealing with a calf injury he suffered during Wednesday's practice. Jackson said the MRI Shelton had Thursday provided "good news," so he's not expected to be out long term, although his status for Sunday remains unclear. Shelton didn't practice Friday.

"We'll see where he is, too," Jackson said of Shelton possibly playing Sunday. "Danny's a tough guy, loves to be out there, so if there's any way possible he can be, he will be."

The Browns also ruled out strongside linebacker Jamie Collins (concussion) for the second consecutive game and listed wide receiver Sammie Coates (hamstring) and tight end Randall Telfer (knee) as questionable. Coates and Telfer were limited Friday.