Week 6: Injury updates/inactives around the NFL

Here's a rundown of some late-breaking news before today's games.

Texans at Titans: Houston's Marcus Spears starts for right tackle Todd Wade and running back Tony Hollings has been deactivated. Guard Benji Olson is out and tight end Shad Meier had an emergency procedure, so Ben Troupe is the only active tight end for the Titans.

Bengals at Browns: Wide receiver Peter Warrick is out, so T.J. Houshmandzadeh starts in his place for the Bengals. William Green starts at running back for the Browns.

Dolphins at Bills: Kicker Olindo Mare is out for the Dolphins. Bills running back Willis McGahee will get his first career start as Travis Henry still recovers from a left foot injury.

Seahawks at Patriots: No major lineup changes for the Seahawks. Pats running back Corey Dillon (sore right foot) and wide receiver Bethel Johnson will play.

Packers at Lions: Wide receiver Robert Ferguson is out for the Packers. Wide receiver Roy Williams is active and should start for the Lions.

49ers at Jets: 49ers cornerback Mike Rumph has been placed on injured reserve. Jets wide receiver Santana Moss is out, so Wayne Chrebet starts in his place.

Chiefs at Jaguars: Chiefs Wide receiver Eddie Kennison will start and running back Larry Johnson is out. Greg Favors starts at right defensive end and Marcus Stroud moves back to tackle for the Jags.

Chargers at Falcons: Nothing major for the Chargers. Defensive tackle Rod Coleman and defensive end Travis Hall are out for the Falcons.

Panthers at Eagles: Panthers running back Stephen Davis has been activated and will play. Nothing new for the Eagles.

Redskins at Bears: Right tackle Kenyatta Jones is out for the Redskins. Guard Ruben Brown is out for the Bears.

Steelers at Cowboys: Nothing new for Steelers and Cowboys.

Broncos at Raiders: Broncos running back Garrison Hearst is out. Running back Amos Zereoue starts and Tyrone Wheatley is out for the Raiders. Linebacker Travian Smith is also out.

John Clayton is a senior NFL writer for ESPN.com.