Cardinals Vs. Bills inactive list: John Skelton is backup QB, Todd Heap will not play

John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The inactive lists are out and John Skelton is back, although he is not starting.

The Arizona Cardinals and Buffalo Bills are set to kick off in about an hour from now, and the defense for Arizona continues to be banged up. However, while Kevin Kolb will start at quarterback for the Cards, John Skelton is active for the first time since he started Week 1 against the Seattle Seahawks.

However, two offensive starters will be inactive on offense and the defense will be down a pair of cornerbacks. Tight end Todd Heap and fullback Anthony Sherman are inactive. Jeff King and Reagan Maui'a will start in their places. Recently signed Crezdon Butler will see time on the field, at least on special teams. Both Michael Adams and Greg Toler are inactive because of hamstring injuries.

Here are the inactive lists for both teams

Bills:

Changes in the starting lineup for Buffalo include Chris Kelsay playing for inactive and injured Anderson, Chris Hairston in for Cordy Glenn at left tackle, Chad Rinehart in at rught guard for Kraig Urbik and Nigel Bradham for Arthur Moats.

Cardinals:

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