NFL inactive list, Week 1: Titans vs. Steelers

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Heath Miller and Le'Veon Bell are out for Pittsburgh against Tennessee.

Both the Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers enter Sunday's season opener with a relatively clean bill of health. They will have linebacker Akeem Ayers, who has been nursing an ankle injury.

For the Steelers, tight end Heath Miller is out with an injured knee. Running back Le'Veon Bell will not participate due to a foot injury. Defensive end Brett Keisel, who was questionable earlier this week, will play.

The full inactive lists for both the Titans and Steelers are below.

Tennessee Titans inactives

Michael Preston, wide receiver

Brian Schwenke, center

Lavar Edwards, defensive end

Justin Hunter, wide receiver

Keyunta Dawson, defensive end

Zaviar Gooden, linebacker

Byron Stingily, tackle

Pittsburgh Steelers inactives

Landry Jones, quarterback

Le'Veon Bell, running back

Antwon Blake, cornerback

Cody Wallace, center/guard

Heath Miller, tight end

Hebron Fangupo, defensive tackle

Vince Williams, linebacker

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