Dolphins vs. Cardinals inactives: Darnell Dockett won't go for Arizona

When the Arizona Cardinals and the Miami Dolphins clash, Darnell Dockett will miss the second game of his career since being drafted by Arizona in 2004. Before Sunday, he had played in 130 of 131 games.

Veteran tight end Todd Heap is out for the Cardinals with a knee injury while running back LaRod Stephens-Howling won't play due to a hip injury. Fellow receiver LaRon Byrd is out Sunday.

Other Cardinal injuries includes TE Jim Dray, QB John Skelton and guard Senio Kelemete, all listed as inactive for today's game.

Miami rusher Reggie Bush will play after a week of questions surrounding the knee he injured against the Jets last week.

Dolphins rookie tight end Michael Egnew has missed every game so far this season and will have to wait until at least next week to make his debut.

The rest of the inactives for Miami include QB Pat Delvin, LB Austin Spitler, OT Will Yeatman, DT Tony Mcdaneil and WR Rishard Mathews.

This story originally appeared on SBNation.com.

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