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The Baltimore Ravens have placed cornerbacks Chris Carr and Chykie Brown on the inactive list for Sunday's playoff game against the Houston Texans.
Carr missed seven games during the regular season with thigh and back injuries, although he did see action in the final three games. Brown played on special teams in the finale against Cincinnati and participated in only seven games this season.
Baltimore's other inactives are wide receiver Tandon Doss, running back Anthony Allen, offensive lineman Justin Boren and linebackers Sergio Kindle and Josh Bynes.
Houston's inactives: safety Troy Nolan; wide receiver Jeff Maehl; third-string cornerback Brandon Harris; offensive linemen Thomas Austin and Andrew Gardner; tight end Garrett Graham; and third quarterback Jeff Garcia.
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