Sean McVay expects Rams to be at full strength vs. Seahawks

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Despite the short turnaround, the Los Angeles Rams shouldn’t be missing anyone due to injury on Thursday night against the Seattle Seahawks. Sean McVay told reporters Wednesday that the team is expected to be at full strength this week with “all hands on deck.”

“Everybody’s going to be good to go there. I don’t anticipate anybody being held out. So, we expect to be all hands on deck,” he said.

Darrell Henderson Jr. (ribs), Taylor Rapp (ankle), Tyler Higbee (ankle) and Johnny Mundt (shoulder) were all listed as limited participants on Monday and Tuesday. It was just an estimation of what their participation would’ve been in a full practice, considering the team didn’t practice as normal due to the short week.

Henderson will remain the starter at running back ahead of Sony Michel and is coming off his best game of the season; he rushed for 89 yards against the Cardinals. Rapp and Higbee will also be out there with the starters, while Mundt will operate as the No. 2 tight end.