Ravens vs. Dolphins inactives: Eugene Monroe, Jacoby Jones out

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The Ravens will be without two of their top wide receivers and the newly-acquired Eugene Monroe.

The Ravens acquired offensive tackle Eugene Monroe from the Jaguars prior to Week 5, but he will get some time to adjust to the playbook before debuting for Baltimore. The former first-round pick and newest Raven is inactive for Baltimore's battle against the Dolphins. Along with Monroe are the Ravens' number two and three wide receivers in Marlon Brown and Jacoby Jones. Nose tackle Terrance Cody is also inactive on Sunday.

The Dolphins will again be without starting cornerback Dimitri Patterson. Nolan Carroll will start in Patterson's place as he has for the last three games. Miami was able to avoid having any other major absences.

Here is a look at the full list of inactives for both teams:

Dolphins

QB Pat Develin

G Danny Watkins

RB Mike Gillislee

CB Will Davis

LB Josh Kaddu

G Dallas Thomas

Ravens

WR Jacoby Jones
WR Marlon Brown
T Eugene Monroe
NT Terrence Cody
G/T Jah Reid
C Ryan Jensen
DE Marcus Spears

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