Posted September 16, 2012 on AP on Fox
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Saints wide receiver Devery Henderson is inactive against division rival Carolina after suffering a concussion in last week's loss to Washington. Other Saints inactives include running back Chris Ivory, cornerback Johnny Patrick, running back Travaris Cadet, defensive tackle Tyrunn Walker, tackle Bryce Harris and defensive end Turk McBride. Wide receiver Steve Smith and running back Jonathan Stewart will play Sunday for Carolina after being listed as questionable on Friday's injury report. Smith has been bothered all week by a knee injury, while Stewart has a sprained right ankle and was forced to sit out the season opener against Tampa Bay. Carolina's inactives include quarterback Jimmy Clausen, safety D.J. Campbell, linebacker Kenny Onatolu, tackles Bruce Campbell and Mike Pollak, tight end Ben Hartsock and defensive tackle Frank Kearse.
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