The Los Angeles Rams were off the field on Friday, as a result of the spreading wildfires in Southern California. The team was in full health on Thursday’s injury report, with only starters Andrew Whitworth and John Sullivan out (veteran’s rest), so there’s nothing to indicate anyone will be limited this Sunday.
Time will tell, however, if/how the fires and air quality impact Sunday’s game. We do know, per head coach Sean McVay, that “approximately 20 players and coaches” had to be evacuated on Thursday as a result of the spreading fires.
Here’s a look at the Rams’ injury report for Friday:
And for the Seahawks:
Here’s what Seahawks’ head coach Pete Carroll had to say on Friday about the status of several of his key starters. By the sounds of it, Bradley McDougald, Chris Carson and D.J. Fluker will test their injuries on Sunday, and should be considered game-day decisions.
Here was Pete Carroll on four of the Seahawks listed as questionable for Sunday’s Rams game: Bradley McDougald, Chris Carson, D.J. Fluker and K.J. Wright. He sounded more confident in Wright than anyone else, saying he “looks good” after practicing today. pic.twitter.com/dkq8YMBWHZ— Brady Henderson (@BradyHenderson) November 9, 2018