Ravens and Bengals inactives

400px-Arthur_Jones_MT_Stadium_2012_PracticeThe Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals have released their inactives and there are a few notable players. Arthur Jones is out for the Ravens after not being able to pass his concussion test.  Dallas Clark is also inactive for the Ravens again, it has been common for him to be inactive since Dennis Pitta has returned.

The Bengals are missing both their top tight ends which includes Jermaine Gresham and Tyler Eifert.
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Ravens have four Pro Bowlers

400px-Justin_Tucker_(cropped)The Baltimore Ravens have four players selected to the Pro Bowl this season.  Terrell Suggs, Haloti Ngata and Marshal Yanda were selected which came as no surprise.  The new kid on the block Justin Tucker was also selected to his first Pro Bowl.

Tucker’s selection should come as no surprise as he gained national attention on Monday Night Football when he went 6 for 6 and hit the game winning field goal.
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The last game of a lost season

490px-Kirk_cousins_redskinsI have the Redskins roster and here are the players I would keep for next year. It’s in alphabetical order so bear with me.
David Amerson: The NC State rookie is actually pretty good.
Barry Cofield: He’s a 300 pounder ffrom Northwestern so he should be smart enough to lose a few pounds.
Kirk Cousins: Didn’t look like the world beater from the week before but he’s still pretty good.
Fred Davis: Stay healthy pal, won’t you?
Reed Doughty: He’s really not that bad as a safety.
Kai Forbath: I know he’s scored very few points but that’s because we stink.
Pierre Garcon: He’s had a record-setting campaign and although he’s no Art Monk, he’s still pretty good.

Robert Griffin III: Great athlete. Could we play him somewhere else?

DeAngelo Hall: Actually a good story as we thought he was done. He’s done quite well if he wants to come back.
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