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DeSean Jackson will play against the Ravens on Sunday. (AP)

Listed as "questionable" with a hamstring injury, Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson tested his leg during pregame warm-ups and will start against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

Below is the rest of the inactive lists for the early games in Week 2 of the 2012 NFL regular season.

Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills

Kansas City: QB Ricky Stanzi, RB Cyrus Gray, WR Devon Wylie, TE Steve Maneri, NT Anthony Toribio, DE Allen Bailey, S Kendrick Lewis

Buffalo: QB Tarvaris Jackson, RB Fred Jackson, OT Sam Young, OL Colin Brown, DE Kyle Moore, LB Kirk Morrison, S Delano Howell

New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers

New Orleans: RB Chris Ivory, RB Travaris Cadet, WR Devery Henderson, OT Bryce Harris, DT Tyrunn Walker, DE Turk McBride, CB Johnny Patrick

Carolina: QB Jimmy Clausen, TE Ben Hartsock, T Bruce Campbell, G Mike Pollak, DT Frank Kearse, LB Kenny Onatolu, S D.J. Campbell

Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals

Cleveland: QB Thaddeus Lewis, RB Brandon Jackson, WR Jordan Norwood, OT Oniel Cousins, LB Tank Carder, LB James-Michael Johnson, S Ray Ventrone

Cincinnati: RB Bernard Scott, WR Ryan Whalen, TE Richard Quinn, TE Donald Lee, DE Carlos Dunlap, CB Jason Allen, CB Dre Kirkpatrick

Minnesota Vikings at Indianapolis Colts

Minnesota: QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson, WR Jarius Wright, OL Mark Asper, LB Audie Cole, LB Marvin Mitchell, CB Brandon Burton, S Robert Blanton

Indianapolis: QB Chandler Harnish, RB Delone Carter, WR Austin Collie, OT Winston Justice, OL Joe Reitz, LB Pat Angerer, LB Dwight Freeney

Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars

Houston: QB John Beck, WR DeVier Posey, OT Andrew Gardner, G Brandon Brooks, LB Bryan Braman, CB Roc Carmichael, CB Brandon Harris

Jacksonville: RB Rashad Jennings, OT Cameron Bradfield, G Eben Britton, DE Austen Lane, DE George Selvie, LB Daryl Smith, CB Derek Cox

Oakland Raiders at Miami Dolphins

Oakland: QB Terrelle Pryor, WR Juron Criner, OT Joseph Barksdale, OL Lucas Nix, OL Tony Bergstrom, DE Jack Crawford, LS Nick Guess

Miami: QB Pat Devlin, RB Daniel Thomas, WR Anthony Armstrong, TE Michael Egnew, OT Will Yeatman, G Ray Feinga, DL Tony McDaniel

Arizona Cardinals at New England Patriots

Arizona: QB John Skelton, RB William Powell, WR LaRon Byrd, TE Jim Dray, OL Pat McQuistan, OL Senio Kelemete, LB Jamaal Westerman

New England: RB Shane Vereen, WR Greg Salas, TE Daniel Fells, DT Marcus Forston, DE Jake Bequette, DE Justin Francis, CB Alfonzo Dennard

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New York Giants

Tampa Bay: RB Michael Smith, G Derek Hardman, OT Jeremy Trueblood, DE George Johnson, LB Najee Goode, CB Anthony Gaitor, CB E.J. Biggers

NY Giants: RB Da'Rel Scott, WR Jerrel Jernigan, TE Adrien Robinson, OT James Brewer, DE Adewale Ojomo, LB Keith Rivers, CB Prince Amukamara

Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles

Baltimore: WR LaQuan Williams, TE Billy Bajema, T Jah Reid, DL Bryan Hall, DE DeAngelo Tyson, LB Paul Kruger, CB Asa Jackson

Philadelphia: QB Trent Edwards, RB Dion Lewis, WR Riley Cooper, OL Nate Menkin, G Dennis Kelly, DE Vinny Curry, CB Curtis Marsh

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