Steelers at Bengals injury report: Monday Night Football inactives

December 23, 2012; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) reacts while under pressure from Pittsburgh Steelers inside linebacker Lawrence Timmons (94) and defensive end Ziggy Hood (96) during the first quarter at Heinz Field. The Cincinnati Bengals won 13-10. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Week 2 of the 2013-14 regular season comes to an end on Monday Night when the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the division rival Cincinnati Bengals on ESPN. While both teams are hoping to avoid an 0-2 start to the season, there will be plenty of key players that will be forced to watch the game from the sideline.

The Steelers will be without Cortez Allen and Curtis Brown in the secondary, so rookie Shamarko Thomas will need to step up and play a much bigger role for the team as they try to shut down A.J. Green.

For Cincinnati, there are no big surprises, but fullback Orson Charles will be out of action so the team could struggle to establish the running game.

Here is the full list of inactives for the AFC North clash to finish off Week Two of the NFL regular season:

Name Position Status
PIT
Cortez Allen CB Inactive
Le’Veon Bell RB Inactive
Curtis Brown DB Inactive
Shayne Graham K Inactive
Landry Jones QB Inactive
Steve McLendon NT Active
Heath Miller TE Inactive
Cody Wallace C Inactive
CIN
Rex Burkhead RB Inactive
Orson Charles TE Inactive
Brandon Ghee DB Inactive
Tanner Hawkinson G Inactive
Margus Hunt DE Inactive
Jeromy Miles SS Active
Mike Pollak G Inactive
Dane Sanzenbacher WR Inactive

Topics: Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers

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