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Week 6 Inactives List

NFL Inactives List

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Sunday Night Football:

Green Bay Packers inactives against the Houston Texans: Richardson, House, Manning, Van Roten, D.J. Williams, Jennings, Raji.

 

Houston Texans inactives against the Green Bay Packers: CB Carmichael, CB Harris, SS Demps, T Gardner, G White, G Brooks, ILB Ruud.

 

Late Games Inactives List:

 

Buffalo Bills inactives against the Arizona Cardinals: QB Jackson, LB Morrison, OL Urbik, OL Wells, OT Glenn, DT Johnson, DE Anderson.

 

Arizona Cardinals inactives against the Buffalo Bills: TE Heap, CB Toler, CB Adams, LB Walker, FB Sherman, G Kelemete, QB Lindley.

 

New England Patriots inactives against the Seattle Seahawks: DE Bequette, TE Hoomanawanui, OL Tennant, WR Edelman, LB Hightower, LB White, S Gregory.

 

Seattle Seahawks inactives against the New England Patriots: WR Martin, S Guy, CB Gorrer, CB Lane, G Moffitt, DG McDonald, DT Howard.

 

New York Giants inactives against the San Francisco 49ers: Phillips, Brown, Bernard, Robinson, Ojomo, Jernigan, Brewer.

 

San Francisco 49ers inactives against the New York Giants: RB Jacobs, RB James, WR Jenkins, G Looney, QB Tolzien, S Robinson, DT WIlliams.

 

Minnesota Vikings inactives against the Washington Redskins: QB Thompson, WR Wright, CB Burton, S Raymond, LB Mitchell, OL Asper, WR Simpson.

 

Washington Redskins inactives against the Minnesota Vikings: C. Griffin, Garcon, Gettis, Leribeus, Grossman, Worthington, Meriweather.

 

 

Early Games Inactives List:

 

Oakland Raiders inactives against the Atlanta Falcons: QB Pryor, TE Gordon, DT Bilukidi, DE Crawford, RT Barnes, OL Nix, CB Spencer.

 

Atlanta Falcons inactives against the Oakland Raiders: QB Davis, RB Smith, TE Palmer, CB Johnson, T Holmes, DE Massaquoi, DE Matthews.

 

Dallas Cowboys inactives against the Baltimore Ravens: P Moorman, WR Beasley, S M. Johnson, LB O. Lemon, OL R. Cook, LB Anthony Spencer, DL Marcus Spears.

 

Baltimore Ravens inactives against the Dallas Cowboys: CB Jackson, LG Harewood, OT Reid, WR/KR Thompson, DL Tyson, OLB Kindle, DL Hall.

 

Cincinnati Bengals inactives against the Cleveland Browns: CB D. Kirkpatrick, TE R. Quinn, WR R. Whalen, CB J. Allen, WR M.Sanu, DT B. Thompson, S G. Iloka.

 

Cleveland Browns inactives against the Cincinnati Bengals: WR Massaquoi, CB Patterson, S Gipson, OL Miller, DT Rubin, WR Benjamin, LB Fujita.

 

Indianapolis Colts inactives against the New York Jets: Harnish, Brown, Angerer, Tevaseu, Reitz, Moala, Mathis.

 

New York Jets inactives against the Indianapolis Colts: QB McElroy, WR Gates, RB Grimes, S Smith, FB Conner, NT Po‘uha, NT Ellis.

 

Detroit Lions inactives against the Philadelphia Eagles: Kevin Smith, Ricardo Silva, Tahir Whitehead, Jason Fox, Corey Hilliard, Corey Williams, Kellen Moore.

 

Philadelphia Eagles inactives against the Detroit Lions: Edwards, D.Johnson, Lewis, Chaney, Vallos, Menkin, Curry.

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers inactives against the Kansas City Chiefs: RB Smith, CB Tandy, LB Goode, G Wallace, WR Owusu, TE Noble, DE White.

 

Kansas City Chiefs inactives list against the  Tampa Bay Buccaneers: QB Cassel, WR Wylie, DB Hartman, RB Hillis, LB Kehl, C Mattison, DE Dorsey.

 

Miami Dolphins inactives against the St. Louis Rams: QB Devlin, WR Gaffney, CB Marshall, RB D. Thomas, T Yeatman, TE Egnew, WR R. Matthews.

 

St. Louis Rams  inactives against the Miami Dolphins:  WR Amendola, T Saffold, QB Davis, S Daniels, RB Ganaway, LB Haggan, DT Conrath.

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