Jaguars vs. Raiders 2013 inactives: Blaine Gabbert out with hand injury

Sam Greenwood

As expected, the Jaguars have made Blaine Gabbert inactive for Sunday's game. Chad Henne will get the start against the Raiders.

The Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars have released their inactive list for Sunday's 4 p.m. game.

There are no real surprises here. Quarterback Blaine Gabbert is out after lacerating his hand in last week's loss to the Chiefs. Chad Henne will be getting the start and Ricky Stanzi is backing him up. Tight end Marcedes Lewis is still out with a lingering calf injury.

Raiders left tackle Menelik Watson is inactive for the second week in a row with a knee injury. Khalif Barnes will be starting on Terrelle Pryor's blind side again. Watson isn't expected to make his NFL debut for another month or so.

Here is the complete list of inactive players for the game:

Oakland Raiders

TE David Ausberry, QB Matt McGloin, CB Chimdi Chekwa, OT Menelik Watson, OG Antoine McClain, WR Juron Criner, DE Jack Crawford.

Jacksonville Jaguars

QB Blaine Gabbert, CB Dwayne Gratz, TE Marcedes Lewis, DT Abry Jones, WR Mike Brown, CB Marcus Burley, LB J.T. Thomas.

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