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Jay Cutler, Chad Ochocinco, several Chargers lead list of late inactives

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We know that Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is out today, leading to the beginning of the Caleb Hanie era. In addition, Chad Ochocinco will be officially absent from the Patriots' game plan, as opposed to his recent unofficial status. And Philip Rivers had better watch out — left tackle Marcus McNeill is out, leading to Brandyn Dombrowski starting on the left side against either Elvis Dumervil, or Von Miller, or both. Yikes.

The full list of late Sunday inactives below; thanks as always to Brian McIntyre at Mac's Football Blog for the quick work!

Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders

Chicago: QB Jay Cutler, QB Josh McCown, TE Andre Smith, G Ricky Henry, DT Anthony Adams, LB Jabara Williams, CB D.J. Moore

Oakland: QB Jason Campbell, RB Darren McFadden, RB Taiwan Jones, WR Jacoby Ford, WR Denarius Moore, G Bruce Campbell, DE Jarvis Moss

Washington Redskins at Seattle Seahawks

Washington: WR Niles Paul, WR David Anderson, OL Willie Smith, T Tyler Polumbus, DL Kentwan Balmer, LB Markus White, CB Domonique Johnson

Seattle: QB Josh Portis, WR Deon Butler T Jarriel King, G/T Allen Barbre, DT Alan Branch, CB Byron Maxwell, CB Ron Parker

New England Patriots at Philadelphia Eagles

New England: QB Ryan Mallett, WR Chad Ochocinco, C/G Dan Connolly, LB Dane Fletcher, LB Brandon Spikes, CB Devin McCourty, S Patrick Chung

Philadelphia: QB Michael Vick, WR Jeremy Maclin, T King Dunlap, G Julian Vandervelde, DE Brandon Graham, DE Phillip Hunt, CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers

Denver: FB Quinn Johnson, WR Quan Cosby, TE Julius Thomas, T Tony Hills, G Manny Ramirez, DE Derrick Harvey.

San Diego: WR Malcom Floyd, WR Bryan Walters, T Marcus McNeill, G Louis Vasquez, G Tyronne Green, DE Luis Castillo, CB Marcus Gilchrist

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