INGLEWOOD—Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expressed optimism Friday that starting safety Ryan Neal would be available for Sunday's game against the Rams, and Neal is indeed active after being listed as questionable on the injury report.
Neal, who injured his elbow and shoulder late in last weekend's loss to the Raiders, was held out of practice Wednesday, but was able to practice Thursday and Friday.
The Seahawks will be without running back Travis Homer (illness/knee), who was downgraded from questionable to out on Saturday.
Also inactive, as expected, is safety Johnathan Abram, who joined the team earlier in the week via a waiver claim.
Among those inactive for the Rams is All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald, who will be missing a game due to injury for the first time in his nine-year career. Rams starting quarterback Matthew Stafford was placed on injured reserve Saturday.
Here are the inactives for both teams:
WR Penny Hart
CB Artie Burns
RB Travis Homer
T Jake Curhan
DE L.J. Collier
DT Myles Adams
S Johnathan Abram
Los Angeles Rams
CB Troy Hill
LB Travin Howard
LB Terrell Lewis
OT Bobby Evans
WR Lance McCutcheon
DT Aaron Donald
Seahawks players, dancers, and staff will wear custom designed cleats and shoes supporting causes they feel passionate about during Week 13 at the Los Angeles Rams on December 4, 2022.