CB Fletcher inactive with pec injury

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Bradley Fletcher is inactive for Sunday's game against the Packers at Lambeau Field.

Fletcher injured a pectoral muscle last week in Oakland. He practiced all week and was listed as questionable. Fletcher indicated he expected to play.

With Fletcher out, the Eagles could go several ways. Brandon Boykin, the nickel cornerback, could move outside in the base defense. Roc Carmichael, who was on the field for 20 defensive plays last week, could also play outside with Boykin sliding into the slot in the nickel package. Curtis Marsh, who was re-signed last week, is also available. Safety Patrick Chung, who is active, can also play slot corner.

With Aaron Rodgers out and Seneca Wallace at quarterback, the Packers may play more two-back sets. That would keep the Eagles from playing as much nickel.

Michael Vick, still nursing that hamstring injury, was also listed as inactive. So was linebacker Jake Knott, who pulled a hamstring two weeks ago.