Raiders DE Ellis inactive vs. Chiefs after having arthroscopic surgery

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Raiders defensive end Greg Ellis is inactive for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs with an injured shoulder and knee.

Ellis had arthroscopic surgery during the off week and returned to practice on a limited basis Friday. He is being replaced by rookie Matt Shaughnessy in Oakland's starting lineup.

Other inactive players for the Raiders were wide receivers Javon Walker, Nick Miller and Todd Watkins; offensive linemen Khalif Barnes and Erik Pears and linebacker Ricky Brown. Charlie Frye is the third quarterback.

Inactive players for the Chiefs are tight ends Sean Ryan and Jake O'Connell; linebackers David Herron and Justin Rogers; wide receiver Bobby Wade and defensive backs Donald Washington and DaJuan Morgan. Matt Gutierrez is the third quarterback.

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