FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England quarterback Tom Brady said he’s “doing well” after sitting out practice on Wednesday with a foot injury.

Brady was listed as probable for Sunday night’s 39-26 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers game with foot and shoulder problems. He did not practice last Wednesday but took part in workouts Thursday and Friday on a limited basis and played very well during the game.

New England plays at home Sunday against Indianapolis.

“I’m doing well. I’m doing well,” Brady said during a conference call. “I’m looking forward to the game this weekend.”

• Two other Patriots missed practice: safety Jarrad Page with a calf injury and defensive lineman Myron Pryor with a back injury.

 

DOLPHINS: Miami listed quarterback Chad Henne as doubtful for tonight’s game against Chicago, and center Joe Berger (knee) and safety Chris Clemons (hamstring) will miss the game.

 

JETS: Quarterback Mark Sanchez was limited at practice with an injured right calf that shouldn’t prevent him from playing in New York’s game Sunday against Houston.

 

TEXANS: Quarterback Matt Schaub spent Tuesday night in the hospital and missed Wednesday’s practice with a bursa sac injury in his right knee.

Coach Gary Kubiak said the injury will not require surgery and he expects Schaub to return to practice today.

 

SEAHAWKS: Despite two cracks in his left wrist, quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was a full participant in practice, as was rookie left tackle Russell Okung, who has missed the past three games after suffering a high-ankle sprain on his right leg.

 

BEARS: Linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa will miss tonight’s game against Miami because of a knee problem.

 

STEELERS: Wide receiver Hines Ward cleared his post-concussion tests and practiced in full pads.

 

49ERS: San Francisco signed kicker Shane Andrus to a one-year deal to replace injured starter Joe Nedney.

 

RAMS: St. Louis placed rookie Fendi Onobun on injured reserve with a back injury and signed tight end Derek Schouman, who was released from injured reserve by Buffalo in September.

 

LIONS: Quarterback Matthew Stafford said he will not have surgery on his injured right throwing shoulder and instead will focus on rehabilitation.

 

JAGUARS: Jacksonville was awarded receiver Jason Hill off waivers from San Francisco and waived cornerback Chevis Jackson to make room for Hill on the roster.

 

BRONCOS: Denver released former first-round pick Jarvis Moss, who had 31/2 sacks in 31/2 seasons.

 

GIANTS: Offensive tackle Shawn Andrews missed practice with an undisclosed back problem.