NFL inactive list, Week 9: Dolphins vs. Colts

Jeremy Brevard-US PRESSWIRE

Ryan Tannehill will start for the Dolphins on Sunday, while Colts running back Donald Brown is active but will not start.

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill will start for the Miami Dolphins versus the Indianapolis Colts after being limited in practice all week with a left knee injury. Tannehill was listed as questionable leading up to Sunday.

Colts running back Donald Brown is listed as active but will not start for Indianapolis. Vick Ballard will start in place of Brown for the Colts.

The Colts will be without rookie tight end Coby Fleener, who suffered a shoulder injury last week versus Tennessee, and defensive back Vontae Davis, who is recovering from a knee injury.

The Dolphins will be missing defensive tackle Tony McDaniel (knee) and corner back Richard Marshall (back) on Sunday.

The complete inactive lists for both Indianapolis and Miami are below:

Indianapolis Colts
WR Nathan Palmer
CB Vontae Davis (knee)
DB Marshay Green
DE Clifton Geathers
T Tony Hills
TE Coby Fleener (shoulder)

Miami Dolphins
QB Pat Devlin
T Will Yeatman
LB Josh Kaddu
TE Michael Egnew
S Anderson Russell
DT Tony McDaniel (knee)
CB Richard Marshall (back)

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