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Wide receiver Lance Moore and running back Mark Ingram are inactive for the New Orleans Saints' game against the Chicago Bears.
Moore is out with a right hand problem, and Ingram has an injured toe on his right foot. Safety Roman Harper (knee) and defensive lineman Brodrick Bunkley (calf) also are inactive.
The Bears' inactive list includes defensive tackle Stephen Paea, who was held out of practice last week with a toe injury, but said he was going to play. Tight end Steve Maneri also is out after playing in each of Chicago's first four games.
The rest of New Orleans' inactive list is cornerback Rod Sweeting, offensive tackle Terron Armstead and defensive end Tyrunn Walker.
Defensive backs C.J. Wilson and Anthony Walters, offensive linemen James Brown and Jonathan Scott and defensive end Cornelius Washington round out the inactives for Chicago.
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