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After struggling to find running lanes through the first two weeks of the season, Broncos‘ running back Knowshon Moreno won’t get any carries against the Texans this week. The team just released their Week 3 inactive list, with Moreno the most notable player mentioned.
In Moreno’s place, rookie running back Ronnie Hillman will make his NFL debut. Complete inactive list seen below:
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