Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - The following is a list of inactive players for tonights game. WASHINGTON REDSKINS AT NEW YORK GIANTS, 1:00 PM (ET) Washington - QB Kirk Cousins, WR Leonard Hankerson, DE Jason Hatcher, RB Roy Helu Jr., G Josh LeRibeus, S Brandon Meriweather, LB Keenan Robinson NY Giants - OT James Brewer, LB James Davidson, G Eric Herman, CB Jayron Hosley, RB Chris Ogbonnaya, LB Jacquian Williams JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS AT BALTIMORE RAVENS, 1:00 PM (ET) Jacksonville - DE Andre Branch, LB A.J. Edds, LB Khairi Fortt, CB Jeremy Harris, RB Denard Robinson, OG Tyler Shatley, CB Teddy Williams Baltimore - LB Arthur Brown, WR Michael Campanaro, CB Antoine Cason, NT Terrence Cody, G/C Gino Gradkowski, RB Lorenzo Taliaferro, DE DeAngelo Tyson CINCINNATI BENGALS AT CLEVELAND BROWNS, 1:00 PM (ET) Cincinnati - TE Jermaine Gresham, OT Tanner Hawkinson, DE Margus Hunt, QB A.J. McCarron, CB Terence Newman, WR Dane Sanzenbacher, WR James Wright Cleveland - TE Gary Barnidge, LB Karlos Dansby, DB Tashaun Gipson, DB Robert Nelson, OT Vinston Painter, DB KWaun Williams, RB Glenn Winston GREEN BAY PACKERS AT BUFFALO BILLS, 1:00 PM (ET) Green Bay - LB Carl Bradford, DT Bruce Gaston, C Garth Gerhart, CB Davon House, WR Jeff Janis, TE Justin Perillo, QB Scott Tolzien Buffalo - TE Chris Gragg, LB Randell Johnson, OT Cyrus Kouandjio, S DaNorris Searcy, FB Frank Summers, WR Deonte Thompson, DE Jarius Wynn HOUSTON TEXANS AT INDIANAPOLIS COLTS, 1:00 PM (ET) Houston - DB Josh Aubrey, TE Garrett Graham, DB Andre Hal, WR Andre Johnson, QB Thad Lewis, LB Whitney Mercilus, OG Xavier Sua-Filo Indianapolis - CB Jalil Brown, DT Montori Hughes, OT Andrew McDonald, LB Henoc Muamba, G Joe Reitz, C A.Q. Shipley, G Hugh Thornton MIAMI DOLPHINS AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS, 1:00 PM (ET) Miami - LB Jonathan Freeny, G Nate Garner, RB LaMichael James, LB Jelani Jenkins, LB Chris McCain, LB Koa Misi, OT Billy Turner New England - CB Alfonzo Dennard, OT Jordan Devey, DL Dominique Easley, OT Cameron Fleming, DL Zach Moore, RB James White, LB Chris White PITTSBURGH STEELERS AT ATLANTA FALCONS, 1:00 PM (ET) Pittsburgh - WR/RB Dri Archer, WR Justin Brown, DE Clifton Geathers, OT Marcus Gilbert, LB James Harrison, QB Landry Jones, CB Ike Taylor Atlanta - CB Robert Alford, LB James Anderson, WR Julio Jones, S William Moore, QB Sean Renfree, OT Jonathan Scott, LB Tyler Starr TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS AT CAROLINA PANTHERS, 1:00 PM (ET) Tampa Bay - OT Anthony Collins, LB Mason Foster, WR Robert Herron, DT Clinton McDonald, WR Solomon Patton, TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, S Major Wright Carolina - CB James Dockery, OT David Foucault, S Robert Lester, QB Cam Newton, DT Micanor Regis, G Amini Silatolu, RB DeAngelo Williams OAKLAND RAIDERS AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS, 1:00 PM (ET) Oakland - OL Tony Bergstrom, TE Brian Leonhardt, DT Stacy McGee, QB Matt McGloin, WR Denarius Moore, LB Sio Moore, OT Menelik Watson Kansas City - WR Donnie Avery, DE Allen Bailey, OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, CB Phillip Gaines, TE Richard Gordon, OL Eric Kush, QB Aaron Murray DENVER BRONCOS AT SAN DIEGO CHARGERS, 4:05 PM (ET) Denver - T Paul Cornick, RB Ronnie Hillman, WR Cody Latimer, OT Michael Schofield, TE Jacob Tamme, DT Mitch Unrein, CB Kayvon Webster San Diego - DT Ryan Carrethers, TE Ladarius Green, WR Dontrelle Inman, DE Cordarro Law, DT Ricardo Mathews, P Mike Scifres, DE Damion Square NEW YORK JETS AT TENNESSEE TITANS, 4:05 PM (ET) NY Jets - S Antonio Allen, G Dakota Dozier, OL Wesley Johnson, WR Walter Powell, QB Matt Simms, CB Josh Thomas, DL Muhammad Wilkerson Tennessee - OT Taylor Lewan, DT Mike Martin, QB Zach Mettenberger, SS Daimion Stafford, OT Byron Stingily, LB Kamerion Wimbley, WR Kendall Wright SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS AT SEATTLE SEAHAWKS, 4:25 PM (ET) San Francisco - CB Tramaine Brock, CB Chris Culliver, OT Anthony Davis, QB Josh Johnson, WR Stevie Johnson, C Marcus Martin, S Bubba Ventrone Seattle - TE Rashaun Allen, CB Marcus Burley, DE Demarcus Dobbs, TE Cooper Helfet, WR Kevin Norwood, DT Travian Robertson, C Max Unger MINNESOTA VIKINGS AT DETROIT LIONS, 4:25 PM (ET) Minnesota - LB Anthony Barr, S Robert Blanton, OT Carter Bykowski, DT Sharrif Floyd, OT Charlie Johnson, FB Zach Line, G David Yankey Detroit - G Rodney Austin, WR Ryan Broyles, DT Nick Fairley, QB Kellen Moore, DT Caraun Reid, G Garrett Reynolds, DE Larry Webster DALLAS COWBOYS AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES, 8:30 PM (ET) Dallas - DE Kenneth Boatright, DT Josh Brent, S Jakar Hamilton, OT Donald Hawkins, OT Tony Hills, QB Dustin Vaughan, LB Dekoda Watson Philadelphia - S Jerome Couplin, QB Nick Foles, DE Taylor Hart, OT Dennis Kelly, WR Jeff Maehl, C Julian Vandervelde, CB Jaylen Watkins Mike McGlinchey Youth Jersey . 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Nick Bosa Youth Jersey .com) - Nino Williams posted 18 points and seven rebounds, as Kansas State edged No.WINNIPEG - The Winnipeg Jets top draft pick from 2014 makes no bones about wanting to crack their roster right away, even though Nikolaj Ehlers may know its a longshot. "Yes, I mean I want to play, I want to give everything I have to make the team this year," said Ehlers, as 24 of the teams young prospects skated together Thursday for the first time since July. "But Im not the one making the decision. The only thing I can do is give my best every single day, every single practice, workout, game. And thats what Im going to do." At 18, Ehlers is one of the youngest prospects, but his resume from just one year in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League shows the kind of talent he possesses 49 goals and 104 points, rookie of the year and the Mike Bossy Trophy as the top professional prospect. He capped it with CHL rookie-of-the-year honours. Keith McCambridge, coach of the Jets AHL farm team the St. Johns IceCaps, will be taking Ehlers and the 23 other top-rated prospects to the Young Stars tournament in Pentiction, B.C. this weekend. Theyll face off against their counterparts in the Vancouver Canucks, Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames organizations. "Obviously, you can see why he was drafted where he was," McCambridge says of Ehlers, who he has seen up close only twice once Thursday and earlier at the Jets prospect camp in July. Ehlers has the kind of speed that makes a hockey scouts eyes blink twice and looks like he was born on skates. "You can see why he was able to put up the numbers he put up in the Quebec league. It will be again a nice test to see how he looks in these games." Ehlers is on a line with Scott Kosmachuk, 20, another junior star from the Ontario league, and Adam Lowry, 21, who has graduated to the from junior to the IceCaps, where McCambridge said he saw the six-foot-five centre grow, figuratively at least. "He was a real strong contributor for us in the back half and a real important guy in the playoffs," said McCambridge, who took the IceCaps to the Calder Cup final. "I think it was huge for my development," Lowry said of his first full season with St. Johns. "I struggled early on and didnt necessarily get off to the start I would have liked to. But I think going deep into the playoffs and just learning the pro game and learning centre a little more .dddddddddddd . . I think it made me a much better player." Lowry is ready for the weekend. "Your third time going into the Young Stars tournament you definitely know what to expect," he says. "It doesnt change anything. You obviously want to go in there and be an impact player and make an impression going into main camp." Lowry may be a late bloomer compared to some but he brings size to the line he will play on in Penticton and, with 17 goals and 16 assists in 64 games in the AHL last season, has played at a higher level than Kosmachuk or Ehlers have yet seen. Another AHL player who could be close to making the transition to the NHL is defenceman Josh Morrissey. He saw only eight games with the IceCaps last season in the playoffs, though, and spent the bulk of 2013-14 as captain of the Prince Albert Raiders in the WHL, where he had 28 goals and 45 assists in just 59 games. "I thought for a young defenceman he was excellent," says McCambridge, who praises his skating, hockey vision and the kind of presence that people notice when he walks into a room. His AHL experience will be valuable in Jets camp this season, suggests the coach. "He now has those AHL high-end playoff games under his belt so hes even going to have more confidence going into this camp." Morrissey agrees. "It just helps me be more comfortable around older guys. . . Last year I was a little bit nervous and this year I just feel good and ready to go." Hes still just 19 but managed to add 10 pounds to his six-foot frame during the summer and, like the others, wants to make the transition to the NHL as soon as he can. "Im coming in with my goal being to make the Winnipeg Jets this year (but) you know all I can control is myself so Im going to do everything I can." The Jets have shown they arent going to rush any players development but they arent going to wait either, if they think hes ready. While the Jets let forward Mark Scheifele mature in junior for a couple of years before sticking him in their lineup, defenceman Jacob Trouba went straight from a freshman season at the University of Michigan to their blueline without even a whistle stop in St. Johns. In their rookie year last season, Scheifele became a top-six centre and Trouba one of their most reliable defenceman. ' ' '