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Dolphins adjust lineup with McDonald, Larsen, Davis starting against Panthers

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The Miami Dolphins and Carolina Panthers are closing in on kickoff for their Week 10 Monday Night Football contest. Ahead of the game, the Dolphins announced several lineup changes, bringing in several new starters, as well as listing their inactive players for the week.

The Dolphins officially listed quarterback David Fales, cornerback Jordan Lucas, cornerback Torry McTyer, linebacker Stephone Anthony, guard Isaac Asiata, tackle Zach Sterup, and wide receiver Rashawn Scott as inactive for the game. The Panthers’ inactive players are defensive end Bryan Cox, linebacker Andrew Gachkar, quarterback Garrett Gilbert, cornerback LaDarius Gunter, center Ryan Kalil, offensive tackle John Theus, and running back Fozzy Whittaker.

As for lineup changes, the Dolphins released an update to their starting lineup. Running back Damien Williams will start at running back for the team, which does not come as a surprise. Neither do the changes along the offensive line, where Ted Larsen will make his Dolphins debut as the starting left guard, while Jesse Davis, who has been starting at left guard, now moves out to replace Ja’Wuan James at right tackle.

The Dolphins will also have safety T.J. McDonald make his team debut, coming back from an eight game suspension to start next to Reshad Jones.

The Dolphins and Panthers will kick off at 8:30pm ET on ESPN.