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Los Angeles Rams at Minnesota Vikings: Inactives show Rams healthy in Week 11

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The Rams are nearly entirely healthy for Week 11.

Los Angeles Rams RB Malcolm Brown
Los Angeles Rams RB Malcolm Brown
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The Los Angeles Rams are warming up in Minneapolis right now preparing to take on the Minnesota Vikings in Week 11. The seven-man inactive lists were just released, and they only reaffirm how healthy the Rams are to this point in the season:

  • QB Brandon Allen
  • RB Malcolm Brown
  • TE Derek Carrier
  • RB Justin Davis
  • CB Troy Hill
  • OT Cornelius Lucas
  • OLB Ejuan Price

It’s remarkable, really. Of course, we knew this was likely based on the final injury report. With Carrier replaced by UDFA Johnny Mundt as the TE3 and the Rams with healthy reserves to supplant Hill’s absence, the only real impact injury here is RB Malcolm Brown. Having injured his MCL earlier this month, it was just another sign of the fortuity the Rams have enjoyed on the health front that RB Lance Dunbar was activated at nearly the exact same time. We’ll see if the former UNT legend has a bigger impact this week than he did in his season debut last week against the Houston Texans.

As for Minnesota, here’s their list:

  • RB Mack Brown
  • WR Stacy Coley
  • OT Aviante Collins
  • OT Mike Remmers
  • DE Brian Robison
  • S Andrew Sendejo
  • QB Kyle Sloter

Here’s what our friends at Daily Norseman had to say about their inactives:

Rashod Hill will get the start at right tackle in place of Remmers, and Anthony Harris is in line to start again in place of Sendejo. Robison being out for this one means that we’ll likely see a healthy dose of Stephen Weatherly backing up Danielle Hunter and Everson Griffen. Yes, Griffen is back after missing last week’s game, and he will start. Jeremiah Sirles is also back to provide depth along the offensive line.