Bengals vs. Dolphins 2013 inactives: Jonathan Martin and Rey Maualuga out

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Jonathan Martin will not play tonight, which was expected given his mid-week absence from the team.

The Miami Dolphins will be without right tackle Jonathan Martin against a potent Cincinnati Bengals defensive line after it was revealed Martin had an "emotional breakdown," and will be away from the team while he recovers. Cincinnati enters the week relatively healthy, but will be miss Rey Maualuga, who is recovering from a concussion and MCL sprain.

Ryan Tannehill has been one of the most pressured quarterbacks in the NFL and this won't be any easier with Martin out of Thursday's game. It's unclear how long he will be away from the team as he's treated for emotional issues, but the Dolphins become a very vulnerable team despite Martin's struggles in 2013. Tyson Clabo will start, but the veteran lineman has been inconsistent this season.

The Cincinnati Bengals defense will lack one of its veterans, as Maualuga is at least one week away from returning after spraining his MCL against the New York Jets. He took a big hit that left him with a concussion and sprained his ligament as he was bent over following the tackle.

Cincinnati Bengals
Michael Boley LB Inactive
Rex Burkhead RB Inactive
Wallace Gilberry DE Active
Chris Lewis-Harris CB Inactive
Rey Maualuga MLB Inactive
Trevor Robinson C Inactive
Mohamed Sanu WR Active
Devon Still DT Inactive
Andrew Whitworth T Inactive
Miami Dolphins
Will Davis CB Inactive
Pat Devlin QB Inactive
Mike Gillislee RB Inactive
Jonathan Martin T Inactive
Dallas Thomas OT Inactive

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