The Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals hit the field on Monday to prepare for their Thursday Night Football meeting in South Florida on Halloween night. With the game so close, the teams have already had to issue their first injury reports of the week. For Miami, that means listing Brandon Gibson, who tore his patella tendon on Sunday and will be out for the remainder of the season, as a non-participant in practice.
Joining Gibson as player who did not practice for Miami were tackle Jonathan Martin (illness) and tight end Dion Sims (toe). The Bengals, meanwhile, listed cornerback Leon Hall (Achilles), safety Taylor Mays (shoulder), and defensive tackle Devon Still (elbow) as out for Thursday's contest, along with linebacker Mike Boley (hamstring), linebacker Rey Maualuga (concussion/knee), wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (shoulder), and tackle Andrew Whitworth (knee) as non-participants.
The Dolphins did not list anyone as limited in practice, though the Bengals had halfback Rex Burkhead (hamstring) and defensive end Wallace Gilberry (groin) under the designation.
Miami did list cornerback Brent Grimes (quad), tackle Bryant McKinnie (knee), and defensive end Olivier Vernon (knee) as full participants, while Cincinnati left that portion empty.
Kickoff on Thursday is at 8:25pm ET.
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