Rams-Giants inactives: Chris Garrett a healthy scratch, Kadarius Toney active

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No player for the Los Angeles Rams had an injury designation coming into Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, an indication of just how healthy this team is after five weeks. Granted, they will be without Darious Williams, who landed on injured reserve this week, but the Rams are almost at full strength for this one.

As a result, their list of inactive for Week 6 includes only healthy scratches. It’s a familiar group, with Bryce Perkins and Chris Garrett at the top of the list. Alaric Jackson, Tremayne Anchrum, Brycen Hopkins and Bobby Brown III are all inactive, too.

For the Giants, Kadarius Toney and Daniel Jones are both active, while Darius Slayton and Ben Bredeson are inactive. The same goes for Saquon Barkley and Kenny Golladay, who were ruled out on Friday.