- James Walker, ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter
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Analysis: The Dolphins are not far removed from their bye week and are still relatively healthy. Martin is doubtful, which means backup Tyson Clabo is expected to return to the starting lineup Thursday. Clabo received a lot of heat earlier in the year for allowing eight sacks in the first six games, which prompted an in-season trade for McKinnie. Clabo was benched for one week. Sims also is doubtful and not expected to play. That puts more pressure on second-year tight end Michael Egnew, who is getting more snaps lately as a fullback and H-back. The Bengals come to Miami a banged-up team and will miss the presence of Hall, who was just put on injured reserve, and Maualuga.
The Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolphins released their final injury report in advance of Thursday’s night’s game.Bengals (6-2)Out: S Taylor Mays (shoulder), DT Devon Still (elbow), LB Rey Maualuga (concussion, knee), CB Leon Hall (Achilles)Questionable: LB Mike Boley (hamstring), DE Wallace Gilberry (groin), WR Mohamed Sanu (shoulder), OT Andrew WhitworthDolphins (3-4)Doubtful: RT Jonathan Martin (illness), TE Dion Sims (toe)Probable: CB Brent Grimes (quad), LT Bryant McKinnie (knee), DE Olivier Vernon (knee)Analysis: The Dolphins are not far removed from their bye week and are still relatively healthy.