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 BALTIMORE (AP) -The New England Patriots put Chad Brown and Troy Brown on their inactive list for Monday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Troy Brown was activated last week from the physically unable to perform list after being sidelined with a knee injury. In 15 years with the Patriots, he has 557 catches for 6,366 yards and 31 touchdowns.
Chad Brown, a linebacker, was re-signed by New England last week. He played 15 games for the Patriots in 2005, but they released him after training camp last year and twice more this season.
New England's other inactives were wide receiver Chad Jackson; defensive backs Eugene Wilson and Eddie Jackson; tackle Wesley Britt; guard Billy Yates; and third-string quarterback Matt Gutierrez.
Baltimore's inactives included tight end Todd Heap, who missed his fifth game in six weeks with a hamstring injury. Other inactives for Baltimore: kicker Rhys Lloyd, running back Mike Anderson, safety Gerome Sapp, offensive tackle Jared Gaither, wide receiver Demetrius Williams and defensive tackles Edgar Jones and Zarnell Fitch.

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