NFL Actives/Inactives: Alshon Jeffery, Delanie Walker to sit out Week 2
Welcome to Week 2 of the NFL season! There are 14 games scheduled for Sunday, and news is trickling out about whether or not players listed as questionable on injury reports earlier this week will be starting. Stay up do date on who’s playing, and who’s sitting out in Week 2.
• Bears wideout Alshon Jeffery is INACTIVE today vs. the Arizona Cardinals according to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport. Jeffery experienced tightness in his left hamstring during practice on Thursday. Jeffery has also been dealing with a left calf strain.
• Bills running back LeSean McCoy is ACTIVE for the Bills against the Patriots. According to an NFL.com report, McCoy’s hamstring isn’t 100 percent, so he maybe limited.
• Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans is ACTIVE for today’s meeting with the Saints. He is dealing with a hamstring issue, and missed the Bucs' Week 1 game against the Titans.
• Titans tight end Delanie Walker is INACTIVE today against the Browns, according to NFL Network’s Tiffany Blackmon. Walker did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday due to a wrist injury before practicing in full on Friday.
• Redskins tight end Jordan Reed is ACTIVE vs. the Rams. He said this week that his quad would not hold him out.
• Washington wide receiver DeSean Jackson is INCATIVE after pulling up lame on a deep ball in Week 1 and injuring his hamstring.
• Saints running back C.J. Spilled is ACTIVE for Week 2 against the Buccaneers. He was limited in practice pm Thursday and Friday with a knee injury.
• Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is inactive once again, according to NFL Network’s Andrew Siciliano. He is listed as the third-string signalcaller on the team’s depth chart.
• Linebacker DeAndre Levy is INACTIVE for the Lions against the Vikings. Levy did not play in Week 1 with a hip strain and was listed as “doubtful” in the team’s injury report.
• Wide receiver Golden Tate (quad) is ACTIVE for the game.
• Cardinals running back Andre Ellington is INACTIVE against the Bears due to a knee issue. Veteran Chris Johnson will see an uptick in work.
This post will be updated.
— Kenny Ducey