NFL inactive list, Week 1: Packers vs. 49ers

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The Packers will be without S Morgan Burnett and CB Casey Heyward in their battle against the 49ers.

The Green Bay Packers will be without starting cornerback Casey Hayward and starting safety Morgan Burnett in their game against the San Francisco 49ers. Both are out with injuries and will make the secondary a bit less secure on Sunday afternoon. Outside of Hayward and Burnett, the rest of the Packers inactives are no surprise.

On the 49ers side, running back LaMichael James is out with a knee injury. New wide receivers Chris Harper and Jon Baldwin will both have to wait to make their San Francisco regular season debuts.

The 49ers will host the Packers at Candlestick Park at 4:25 p.m. ET on FOX.

Full inactives below:

Green Bay Packers inactives

CB Casey Hayward
S Morgan Burnett
LB Nate Palmer
LB Sam Barrington
G Lane Taylor
TE Brandon Bostick
DE Josh Boyd

San Francisco 49ers inactives

QB B.J. Daniels
WR Chris Harper
RB LaMichael James
FB/DT Will Tukuafu
LB Nate Stupar
G Joe Looney
WR Jon Baldwin

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