Dolphins vs. Colts 2013 inactives: TE Dwayne Allen, WR/KR David Reed out for Indianapolis

Andy Lyons

The Colts will be without tight end Dwayne Allen against the Dolphins.

The Colts will host the Miami Dolphins in Week 2 in Indianapolis. Both teams went 1-0 in the first week of the 2013 season and the winner of the contest will allow for a 2-0 start for one of these potential AFC playoff teams. The Colts are coming off a win at home against Oakland, while the Dolphins took care of the Browns in Cleveland in Week 1.

The Colts will be without tight end Dwayne Allen and wide receiver/kick returner David Reed in Week 2 due to injury. The surprising sits for the Dolphins are running back Mike Gillislee and cornerback Jamar Taylor. Offensive guard Danny Watkins is also inactive for Miami.

Colts inactives:

TE Dwayne Allen

WR David Reed

S Delano Howell

LB Kavell Conner

OL Jeff Linkenbach

DL Montori Hughes

OL Khaled Holmes

Dolphins inactives

CB Jamar Taylor

CB Will Davis

QB Pat Devlin

OG Dallas Thomas

LB Josh Kaddu

OG Danny Watkins

RB Mike Gillislee

The Colts and Dolphins will battle in Indianapolis on CBS at 1 p.m. ET.

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