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Seattle Seahawks vs. Los Angeles Rams Inactives

Linebacker Brock Coyle is inactive for Thursday's game after being listed as questionable with a foot injury.

Brock Coyle is inactive for Thursday's game against the Los Angeles Rams, meaning the Seahawks linebacker will miss a fourth straight game with a foot injury. Coyle had been listed as questionable on Wednesday's injury report, with the plan being to work him out ahead of Thursday night's game to determine his availability.

Linebacker Dewey McDonald, a key special teams contributor, is active after being listed as questionable with an illness.

Running back Kelvin Taylor and linebacker Ronald Powell, who were signed on Tuesday, are inactive for their first game with the Seahawks, which isn't surprising given the short week to prepare. With Taylor inactive, the Seahawks have only two active running backs, Thomas Rawls and Alex Collins, as well as fullback Marcel Reece.

Tackle Garry Gilliam is active after being inactive the past two games having lost his starting job to Bradley Sowell.

Among the inactives for Los Angeles is starting safety Maurice Alexander. Also out for the Rams is Pro Bowl defensive end Robert Quinn, who was placed on injured reserve Thursday after missing the past two games with a concussion. The Rams also put running back Benny Cunningham on injured reserve Thursday.

Here are the inactives for both teams:

Seattle Seahawks

RB C.J. Prosise

RB Kelvin Taylor

S Tyvis Powell

LB Brock Coyle

LB Ronald Powell

DT John Jenkins

DE Damontre Moore

Los Angeles Rams

QB Sean Mannion

CB Steve Williams

S Maurice Alexander

CB E.J. Gaines

G Cody Wichmann

T Pace Murphy

DE Matt Longacre

Several of Seattle's city landmarks are lighting up in Action Green this week as the Seahawks ready to debut their Color Rush uniforms on Thursday Night Football against the Los Angeles Rams.

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