NFL inactives, Week 12: Bills' Fred Jackson to play vs. Colts

Brace Hemmelgarn-US PRESSWIRE

Bills running back will play Sunday at the Colts, who will be missing tight end Coby Fleener and linebacker Vontae Davis.

The inactive lists for the the Week 12 showdown between the Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts are out and, as expected, Bills running back Fred Jackson will play after missing last week's 19-14 victory over the Miami Dolphins with a concussion.

Buffalo, however, will face Andrew Luck a man down in the secondary, as second-year cornerback Aaron Williams is inactive.

Meanwhile, for the fourth straight week, the Colts will be without tight end Coby Fleener, who's still recovering from a shoulder injury he suffered in a Week 8 contest with the Carolina Panthers.

Also out for the fourth consecutive week is linebacker Vontae Davis, who has a sprained knee.

Others out for the Colts are defensive end Clifton Geathers, tight end Dominique Jones, offensive tackle Tony Hills, linebacker Mario Harvey and defensive tackle Josh Chapman.

The Bills will also be without quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, cornerback Crezdon Bulter, linebacker Kirk Morrison, offensive lineman Thomas Welch, wide receiver Marcus Easley and defensive end Mark Anderson.

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