Steelers Vs. Browns Injury Update: Peyton Hillis Will Play, Inactives Announced

The full inactives list for both teams has been announced for Thursday night's game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns, according to ESPN.

The biggest news and the biggest name involved is Browns running back Peyton Hillis, who will officially play in Thursday's game. Hillis had been limited throughout the week due to a nagging hip injury. Safety T.J. Ward is also out for the game, being replaced by Usama Young.

On the Steelers side, linebacker LaMarr Woodley leads the list of inactives. He will be replaced in the game by Jason Worilds.

Browns inactives:

QB Thaddeus Lewis
S T.J. Ward
OL Steve Vallos
OT Oniel Cousins
TE Jordan Cameron
LB Quinton Spears
DL Auston English

Steelers inactives:

LB LaMarr Woodley
WR Emmanuel Sanders
LB Chris Carter
DE Al Woods
OT Jamon Meredith
WR Arnaz Battle
QB Dennis Dixon

Both teams are preparing for kickoff as the game will be underway shortly. The game is scheduled to begin at 8:20 PM EST. The Steelers are heavy favorites to win.

For all news and information regarding the Steelers, please visit Behind the Steel Curtain.

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