Posted January 07, 2012 on AP on Fox
Safety Taylor Mays is among seven players on the inactive list for the Bengals in their playoff game against Houston. Mays also sat out the regular-season finale with a hamstring injury. Safety Robert Sands, linebacker Dontay Moch, guard Otis Hudson, offensive tackle Anthony Collins, receiver Armon Binns and defensive tackle Nick Hayden were also inactive for the Bengals. Third-string quarterback Jeff Garcia, signed on Dec. 7, was one of seven inactive players for the Texans, who are making their postseason debut. Receiver Jeff Maehl, cornerback Brandon Harris, safety Troy Nolan, offensive linemen Thomas Austin and Andrew Gardner and tight end Garrett Graham were also inactive for Houston.
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