Rob Havenstein, two other Rams cleared to return from COVID-19 reserve

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Slowly but surely, the Rams are beginning to get players back from the reserve/COVID-19 list. After activating Jalen Ramsey, Von Miller and Odell Beckham Jr. (among others) off the list before Tuesday’s game, the Rams will have three more players return Wednesday.

Sean McVay told reporters that Terrell Burgess and Ogbonnia Okoronkwo were both cleared to return from COVID-19 reserve and will be activated. Rob Havenstein will also be activated after his 10-day stay on the reserve list expired.

Burgess is a role player who doesn’t play many snaps, but getting Havenstein and Okoronkwo back is helpful – particularly in Havenstein’s case with the Rams down to their third-string tackle Tuesday night.

Burgess seems happy about being cleared after being forced to watch last night’s game from home.

Among the key players still on COVID-19 reserve are Tyler Higbee, Jordan Fuller and Joe Noteboom. There’s still time for all of them to return in time for Sunday’s game against the Vikings, but they haven’t been activated yet.

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