NFL inactives, Bengals vs. Bears 2013: Whitworth, Rosario out in Week 1

Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

Starting tackle Andrew Whitworth and tight end Dante Rosario will be unavailable in the Cincinnati-Chicago Week 1 showdown.

The Bengals will be without starting tackle Andrew Whitworth when they take on the Bears Saturday. Whitworth, who has played in every game for four straight seasons, is out with a knee injury. Also on Cincinnati's inactive list is wide receiver Ryan Whalen, who caught seven passes for 53 yards in 2012, and rookie running back Rex Burkehad.

For the Bears, there are five rookies on the inactive list, led by wide receiver Marquess Wilson. Also out are tackle James Brown, who started three games in 2012, and tight end Dante Rosario, who caught three touchdowns with the Chargers last season.

Bengals inactives:

  • WR Dane Sanzenbacher
  • CB Brandon Ghee
  • RB Rex Burkhead
  • G Mike Pollak
  • T Andrew Whitworth
  • WR Ryan Whalen
  • DE Margus Hunt
Bears inactives:
  • WR Marquess Wilson
  • CB C.J. Wilson
  • T James Brown
  • RB Michael Ford
  • TE Dante Rosario
  • DE David Bass
  • DT Zach Minter

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