New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady did not participate in the team's last practice before Sunday's game against the New York Jets and was listed as questionable to play.

The 41-year-old three-time NFL MVP hurt his knee when he slipped after receiving a pass in last week's game against Tennessee. He was listed on the injury report as limited for Wednesday's workout; the team did not practice on Thanksgiving Day.

Since taking over as the starter when Drew Bledsoe was injured in the second game of the 2001 season, only once has Brady missed games for injury, when he tore apart his knee in the 2008 opener and missed the rest of the season.

Tannehill to return

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill is poised to rejoin the lineup Sunday at Indianapolis, and four other former first-round picks might also return for the Miami Dolphins.

Tannehill, who has missed the past five games because of a throwing shoulder injury, will play without limitations, coach Adam Gase said following Friday's practice.

Left tackle Laremy Tunsil will return from a knee injury that forced him to miss the last game. Defensive end Charles Harris will return from a calf injury that sidelined him for five games.

Right tackle Ja'Wuan James (knee), receiver DeVante Parker (shoulder) are listed as questionable. Both have missed playing time because of their injuries.

McCown to start again

Josh McCown is stepping in for Sam Darnold again.

The 39-year-old veteran quarterback will start Sunday for the New York Jets against the New England Patriots, the second game in a row during which McCown will be under center in place of the injured Darnold.

Darnold strained his right foot against Miami on Nov. 4 and hasn't practiced or played since. He was listed Friday as out for the game on the team's final injury report.

Mariota gets green light

Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota fully participated in Friday's practice and is expected to start Monday night's road game against the AFC South-leading Houston Texans.

Mariota suffered a stinger Sunday in a 38-10 loss at Indianapolis and didn't play in the second half of that game. He was limited in Wednesday and Thursday's work but got the green light from head coach Mike Vrabel on Friday to start, barring an unforeseen setback.

Texans owner dies

Robert "Bob" McNair, billionaire founder and owner of the Houston Texans, has died. He was 81.

One of the NFL's most influential owners, McNair had battled both leukemia and squamous cell carcinoma in recent years before dying in Houston on Friday. The team did not immediately release a cause of death, but says he died peacefully with his wife Janice and his family by his side.