NFL inactive list, Week 1: Chiefs vs. Jaguars

Mike Ehrmann

The Jaguars will be without former Pro Bowl tight end Mercedes Lewis in their Week 1 matchup against the Chiefs on Sunday. Also missing from action will be newly-acquired cornerback Winston Guy and veteran offensive tackle Cameron Bradfield. New quarterback Ricky Stanzi is also inactive.

The visiting Chiefs will have all of their starters in place for Sunday's game. The notable inactives for the Chiefs include defensive lineman Allen Bailey and new wide receiver/returner Chad Hall. Fourth-round rookie linebacker Nico Johnson will also be on the sidelines against the Jaguars.

The Jaguars host the Chiefs at 1 p.m. ET.

Full inactives below:

Jacksonville Jaguars inactives

TE Mercedes Lewis

G Jacques McClendon

CB Winston Guy

QB Ricky Stanzi

OT Cameron Bradfield

DL Abry Jones

DE Chris McCoy

Kansas City inactives

QB Tyler Bray

WR Chad Hall

S Bradley McDougald

LB Nico Johnson

LB Josh Martin

DL Allen Bailey

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