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Inactive Players for Week 9: Tennessee Titans vs. Chicago Bears

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Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

The Tennessee Titans and Chicago Bears will square off at LP Field at noon central time. Both teams have some players though that will not be participating in today’s game.

Though the injury report looked very scary starting this past Wednesday for the Titans, only six players have been ruled out for today’s game.

The following players will be inactive today for the Tennessee Titans; quarterback Jake Locker (Shoulder), linebacker Patrick Bailey (ribs), offensive lineman Leroy Harris (knee), defensive tackle DaJohn Harris, tackle Byron Stingily, wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins, and linebacker Will Witherspoon (hamstring).

On the other side of the line of scrimmage, inactives for the Chicago Bears include, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (Hand), wide receivers Dane Sanzenbacher and Eric Williams, defensive tackles Matt Toeaina and Amobi Okoye, tight end Brody Eldridge, and defensive end Cheta Ozougwu.

A couple key players for the Titans that were listed on the injury report earlier this week that will be cleared to play include Nate Washington, Kenny Birtt, and Colin McCarthy.

McCarthy has been solid when he has been in the game for the Titans, injuries have kept him in the background though.

For the Bears, Julius Peppers and Brian Urlacher were both listed on their injury report, however listed with no injury and a “coaches choice” decision. Yes they will both be on the field this afternoon.

Going into this game the Chicago Bears are 6-1 and the Tennessee Titans are 3-5. The teams have already started to warm up on the field and are ready for some week nine football.

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