Posted by Josh Katzowitz
Here’s who IS active: Texans DE Mario Williams, Texans WR Jacoby Jones, Chargers LT Marcus McNeill, Browns QB Brett Ratliff (psst, he’s Colt McCoy’s backup), Browns RB Peyton Hillis (he’ll start), NT Haloti Ngata.
On to the inactives:
Chris Chambers, WR, Chiefs: He was a late addition to the injury report, after hurting his finger late in the week. Without Chambers, Terrance Cooper could get more work, and don’t forget that QB Matt Cassel still has TE Tony Moeaki.
James Sanders, S, Patriots: He originally replaced an injured Brandon Meriweather a few weeks ago, and now, Sanders has a hamstring problem. Look for Jarrad Page to move into Sanders’ role.
Terrence Wheatley, CB, Patriots: He returned to practice this week for the first time this season, and New England was hoping he could contribute this week to a young secondary. He won't.
Jared Odrick, DL, Dolphins: His rookie season is quickly becoming a disaster. He played in Week 1, but he’s been set back by a hairline fracture in his leg ever since. There was some thought he could play this week, but obviously, he’s not.
Legedu Naanee, WR, Chargers: Patrick Crayton will get the start in place of Naanee.
Josh Wilson, DB, Ravens: He’s been bothered by a sore hamstring, but it was thought he could play today. The big loss for Baltimore is his kickoff returning ability. Expect Jared Parmele to take his place.
Charlie Batch, QB, Steelers: With Ben Roethlisberger's return, Byron Leftwich officially takes over the Steelers backup job.
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AFC Inactives, Week 6
Posted on: October 17, 2010 11:53 am
Edited on: October 17, 2010 12:10 pm
Tags: Ben Roethlisberger, Brandon Meriweather, Brett Ratliff, Byron Leftwich, Charlie Batch, Chris Chambers, Colt McCoy, Haloti Ngata, Jacoby Jones, James Sanders, Jared Odrick, Jared Parmele, Jarrad Page, Josh Wilson, Legedu Naanee, Marcus McNeill, Mario Williams, Matt Cassel, Patrick Crayton, Peyton Hillis, Terrance Cooper, Terrence Wheatley, Tony Moeaki