Bengals Vs. Ravens Inactives: Carlos Dunlap Inactive For Cincinnati

Starting defensive end Carlos Dunlap is inactive for the Bengals as Cincinnati travels to Baltimore to open its season against the Ravens on Monday Night Football.

Dunlap is inactive for Monday night due to a knee injury he suffered during the Bengals' preseason opener. He was initially expected to miss four weeks and did not practice this week. Cincinnati will also be without backup running back Bernard Scott who is missing the game due to a hand injury. Without Scott, new addition BenJarvus Green-Ellis should get plenty of carries against the Ravens.

Sergio Kindle is among the Ravens inactive list which also includes wide receiver LaQuan Williams and defensive tackle Bryan Hall. Undrafted rookie free agents Deonte Thompson and Bobby Rainey are both active for the Ravens. The complete inactive lists for both teams can be found below.

Ravens:

  • WR LaQuan Williams
  • CB Asa Jackson
  • OL Jah Reid
  • TE Billy Bajema
  • DE Deangelo Tyson
  • OLB Sergio Kindle
  • DT Bryan Hall

Bengals:

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