Falcons vs. Chiefs: Inactives

UGA all-American Jarvis Jones talking with broadcaster Chuck Dowdle after last night's 41-20 win over Missouri in Columbia, Mo. The Falcons probably wish Jones could give them a few snaps today. (D. Orlando Ledbetter/Dledbetter@ajc.com)

UGA all-American Jarvis Jones talking with broadcaster Chuck Dowdle after last night's 41-20 win over Missouri in Columbia, Mo. The Falcons probably wish Jones could give them a few snaps today. (D. Orlando Ledbetter/Dledbetter@ajc.com)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There were no major surprises amongst the Falcons inactives for Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, who will be without four starters on defense.

The inactives for the Falcons include, quarterback Dominique Davis, safety Charles Mitchell, cornerback Robert McClain, center Joe Hawley, tackle Lamar Holmes, defensive ends Lawrence Sidbury and Jonathan Massaquoi.

In addition to playing without suspended outside linebacker Tamba Hali, the Chiefs will be without cornerback Brandon Flowers (foot), free safety Kendrick Lewis (shoulder) and nose tackle Anthony Toribio (ankle), who were declared inactive.

Quarterback Ricky Stanzi, running back Cyrus Gray, tight end Steve Maneri and defensive lineman Allen Bailey were also declared inactive by Kansas City.

Cornerback Jacques Reeves will start for Flowers, safety Abram Elam will start for Lewis and rookie Dontari Poe will start for Toribio.

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7 comments Add your comment

JSS

September 9th, 2012
12:15 pm

Ledbetter, You got a lot of SHTML code in your links section (instead of link redirections)…

JSS

September 9th, 2012
12:17 pm

Third reload was the charm

D. Orlando Ledbetter

September 9th, 2012
12:27 pm

Third or fourth, reload!

[...] Joe Hawley, tackle Lamar Holmes, defensive ends Lawrence Sidbury and Jonathan Massaquoi. Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution   [...]

JSS

September 9th, 2012
12:51 pm

Sidbury again? Come on…

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falcon 4 life

September 9th, 2012
9:42 pm

I agree JSS, Sidbury should’ve earned alot of playing time, unless he’s hurt!