NFL Inactives, Week 5: Dolphins Vs. Bengals

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The Miami Dolphins will be without Richard Marshall for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals

Neither the Cincinnati Bengals nor Miami Dolphins will be able to make excuses after their matchup on Sunday afternoon, as both teams are essentially at full strength. Between the two teams, the Miami Dolphins are the only one missing a starter, listing right cornerback Richard Marshall inactive.

However, the Bengals will be missing cornerbacks Jason Allen (quad) & Dre Kirkpatrick (knee) for Sunday's game. Neither player being inactive is a surprise, considering both were listed as doubtful to play.

In addition to Marshall, the team announced newly signed wide receiver Jabar Gaffney will be inactive. The Dolphins signed the veteran receiver earlier in the week.

The complete list of inactives for both teams can be found below:

Miami Dolphins:

  • QB Pat Devlin
  • WR Jabar Gaffney
  • CB Richard Marshall
  • OL Will Yeatman
  • TE Michael Egnew
  • WR Rishard Matthews

Cincinnati Bengals:

  • CB Dre Kirkpatrick
  • CB Jason Allen
  • TE Richard Quinn
  • WR Ryan Whalen
  • S George Iloka
  • WR Marvin Jones
  • DT Brandon Thompson
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