Wide receiver Harry Douglas is among the Tennessee Titans inactive players today against the Arizona Cardinals.
Douglas, who came off injured reserve a few weeks ago, has been active the past two games because wide receiver Rishard Matthews was out with a hamstring injury. Matthews is back today and on the active game-day roster.
Others who are inactive for the Titans today include newly acquired tight end Luke Stocker, who was signed on Monday as an extra blocking tight end.
Linebacker Derrick Morgan is probably the most crucial inactive, as the Titans declared him out on Friday because of a knee injury. That means that rookie Josh Carraway just added back to the roster after a stint on the practice squad is active for the first time this season.
Quarterback Brandon Weeden, cornerback Kalan Reed, safety Curtis Riley and guard Corey Levin are the Titans other inactives.
The Cardinals who are riddled with injuries, will be without running back Adrian Peterson, receiver John Brown and defensive lineman Corey Peters. Other inactives for Arizona include receiver Carlton Agudosi, offensive lineman Max Tuerk, running back Bronson Hill and quarterback Matt Barkley.