Week 2: Injury updates/inactives around the NFL
John Clayton provides the latest news on key injuries going into Week 2.
Here's a rundown of some late-breaking news before today's games.
Steelers at Ravens: Ben Roethslisberger is the backup quarterback and linebacker Kendrell Bell is still out with a knee injury for Pittsburgh. Travis Taylor and and Devard Darling are out, so Randy Hymes starts opposite of Kevin Johnson at wide receiver for Baltimore.
Texans at Lions: Backup running back Tony Hollings is out with a knee injury for Houston. Cornerbacks Dre' Bly and Andre' Goodman are out and will be replaced with Chris Cash and Fernando Bryant for Detroit.
Bears at Packers: R.W. McQuarters and starts opposite of Charles Tillman at quarterback for the Bears. Cornerback Mike McKenzie is active, but is not starting for the Packers. Backup running back Najeh Davenport is out.
49ers at Saints: Cornerback Mike Rumph is out and Shawntae Spencer starts in his place for the 49ers. And wide receiver Cedrick Wilson is out and willl be replaced with Curtis Conway. Defensive tackle Brian Young is out, so Johnathan Sullivan starts in his place for New Orleans.
Colts at Titans: Indy's Cory Bird starts at strong safety for Mike Doss. Wide receiver Tyrone Calico is still out with a knee injury, linebacker Rocky Calmus is also out, and rookie Jacob Bell starts for offensive lineman Zach Piller for Tennessee.
Seahawks at Buccaneers: Running back Shaun Alexander is active and expected to start for Seattle. Chris Simms is the backup quarterback and Charles Lee starts in place of wide receiver Joey Galloway for Tampa Bay.
Jets at Chargers: Jets defensive tackle Josh Evans is out. Nothing major for the Chargers.
John Clayton is a senior NFL writer for ESPN.com.