Rams inactives: Terrell Lewis a healthy scratch, Joe Noteboom out due to COVID

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The Los Angeles Rams got several players back from COVID-19 reserve ahead of tonight’s game against the Seahawks, including Von Miller, Jalen Ramsey and Odell Beckham Jr.

However, it was reported earlier today that Rob Havenstein, Tyler Higbee and Jordan Fuller all failed to test out of COVID protocols, so they will not be active against Seattle. The same goes for Joe Noteboom and Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, who remain on the COVID-19 list.

Bryce Perkins, Terrell Lewis, Chris Garrett and Anthony Hines are the Rams’ only inactive players due to non-COVID reasons, all of whom are healthy scratches.

Below is a list of Rams players who will not play against the Seahawks due to COVID-19.

Antoine Brooks Jr., Terrell Burgess, Jamil Demby, Jordan Fuller, Jake Gervase, Rob Havenstein, Tyler Higbee, JuJu Hughes, Noteboom, Okoronkwo and Jared Pinkney.

With Noteboom and Havenstein both out, the Rams could turn to Bobby Evans at right tackle. They may also give Austin Corbett or David Edwards a shot at that position, since both have experience there. Evans is the likeliest replacement, however.

The Seahawks are also short-handed in this one. Tyler Lockett and Alex Collins are both still on the COVID-19 list, so they will not play against the Rams.