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Rams should be at full strength for huge NFC West matchup against Seattle on Sunday

The Rams are extremely healthy for big game

NFL: Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers
Cooper Kupp
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Rams have worked the bye week beautifully.

They came out of their Week 9 bye in good health and now are absolutely at full strength for Sunday’s pivotal NFC West home game against the Seattle Seahawks in a game for first place. The Seahawks are 6-2 and the Rams are 5-3.

Los Angeles coach Sean McVay told reporters Friday that pass-rushers Leonard Floyd and Terrell Lewis will be listed as questionable to play against the Seahawks, but he expects the both to play. McVay said the entire team practiced fully Friday except Lewis.

Running back Darrell Henderson and wide receiver Cooper Kupp had been dealing with injuries, but they are both expected to play against Seattle.

As planned, rookie safety Jordan Fuller and guard Joe Noteboom are both expected to be activated from the injured reserve for the game as the Rams try to win this critical game.