Dolphins vs. Bengals injury report: Richard Marshall out for Miami

The Miami Dolphins will face the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 5 without the services of cornerback Richard Marshall, who has been ruled out for the game with a back injury. The Friday injury report showed Marshall missed his third straight day of practice and will not play on Sunday. Marshall is the only player out for Miami, and the Dolphins do not have anyone listed as questionable or doubtful. Ryan Tannehill is listed with an injury to the thumb on his throwing hand, but he is expected to play.

The full Dolphins injury report:

DNP = did not practice, LP = limited participation, FP = full participation

Probable:
LB Kevin Burnett - Foot - FP
RB Reggie Bush - Hip - FP
CB Nolan Carroll - Achilles' - FP
DT Tony McDaniel - Knee - FP
WR Marlon Moore - Hamstring - FP
DT Paul Soliai - Ankle - FP
LB Austin Spitler - Groin - FP
QB Ryan Tannehill - Right Thumb - FP

The Bengals injury report has no players listed as out or questionable.

Doubtful:
CB Jason Allen - Quad - DNP
CB Dre Kirkpatrick - Knee - LP

Probable:
LB Vontaze Burfict - Hamstring - FP
CB Nate Clements - Calf - FP
DE Carlos Dunlap - Groin - FP
C Jeff Faine - Hamstring - FP
CB Leon Hall - Hamstring - FP
HB Bernard Scott - Ankle - FP
LB Dan Skuta - Back - FP
OT Andrew Whitworth - Knee - FP

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