The Seattle Seahawks will be missing one of their key defensive players, safety Jamal Adams, when they face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Despite being listed as questionable with a knee injury, Adams did not practice on Wednesday or Friday and was limited on Thursday. Meanwhile, receiver Tyler Lockett, who had also been questionable with a hamstring injury, is active for the game despite not practicing all week.
On the other hand, cornerback Tre Brown is playing despite being listed as questionable with a foot injury. The Rams will also be without cornerback Cobie Durant, who is inactive with a shoulder injury after being listed as questionable. Outside linebacker Nick Hampton, offensive lineman Zach Thomas, offensive lineman Warren McClendon Jr., and defensive end Earnest Brown IV will also be inactive for L.A.
Seattle’s running back Kenny McIntosh and offensive tackle Raiqwon O’Neal are also inactive for the game, while receiver Dareke Young and defensive end Myles Adams are both active.