NFL inactive list, Week 5: Bears vs. Jaguars

Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Jacksonville will be without Laurent Robinson and Daryl Smith against the Bears.

The Jacksonville Jaguars host the Chicago Bears on Sunday, and if they are going to come out with a win they will have to do it without No. 1 wide receiver Laurent Robinson.

Robinson will miss Sunday's game with a concussion he suffered against the Cincinnati Bengals last week. Without him, the Jaguars will rely on rookie Justin Blackmon and Mike Thomas, who is expected to start in place of Robinson. Jacksonville will also be without linebacker Daryl Smith, who will miss his fifth straight game with an injured groin.

The Bears will also be without one of their top wide receivers, with Earl Bennett inactive with a hand injury. While Bennett will be out for the second straight week, Chicago will have Matt Forte and Michael Bush, both of whom are active. After being active for the first three weeks of the season, offensive lineman Chris Williams is inactive for the second straight week.


DT - Jeris Pendleton
WR - Laurent Robinson
CB - Kevin Rutland
DE - George Selvie
LB - Daryl Smith
WR - Micheal Spurlock
S - Herb Taylor


RB - Kahlil Bell
WR - Earl Bennett
DT - Nate Collins
DE - Cheta Ozougwu
FB - Evan Rodriguez
OT - Chris Williams
OC - Edwin Williams

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