Rams activate Tyler Higbee and Jordan Fuller from COVID-19 reserve

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  • Los Angeles Rams
    Los Angeles Rams
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  • Jordan Fuller
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  • Tyler Higbee
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The Rams are almost at full strength heading into Sunday’s game against the Vikings. On Friday, the team activated both Tyler Higbee and Jordan Fuller from COVID-19 reserve, making them eligible to play in Minnesota.

The Rams knew Fuller would be activated Friday because his 10-day stint on the reserve list expired, but they weren’t sure about Higbee. He needed to return a negative test in order to be activated before Monday.

Additionally, running back Buddy Howell was designated to return, though he still needs to be added to the 53-man roster within the next 21 days.

Fuller missed one game while on the reserve/COVID-19 list, and Higbee missed the last two games. His first stint on the reserve list was after a false positive test, but he was added back to it last Friday after he tested positive.

The only player from the 53-man roster who’s still on COVID-19 reserve is Joe Noteboom.