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LB Mark Barron Inactive vs. Titans

Posted Dec 24, 2017

ILB Mark Barron is inactive for Sunday's game at Tennessee. He did not have an injury status for Week 16, but did leave last week's game against Seattle with a knee injury.

NASHVILLE — The Rams will be without starting inside linebacker Mark Barron, as he’s inactive for Sunday’s game against the Titans.

Barron did not have an injury status heading into Sunday’s game. Though he left last week’s 42-7 victory over the Seahawks with a knee injury, Barron was listed as a full participant in Friday’s practice. Head coach Sean McVay said the weather impacted Barron’s knee in Seattle, and it’s also currently 42 degrees in Nashville.

Also for the Rams, outside linebacker Matt Longacre is inactive with his back injury. Carlos Thompson is active and expected to take Longacre’s place in the defensive rotation.

On the other side, Titans starting cornerback Logan Ryan is inactive. He was listed as questionable for the contest after dealing with a hamstring injury all week. Tennessee also placed its third cornerback, LeShaun Sims, on injured reserve this week.

Below is the full list of inactives for both teams. Kickoff is slated for 10 a.m. PT.

LOS ANGELES
RB Lance Dunbar
LB Mark Barron
DB Isaiah Johnson
RB Justin Davis
OLB Kasim Edebali
OT Cornelius Lucas
OLB Matt Longacre

TENNESSEE 

QB Brandon Weeden
CB Demontre Hurst
CB Logan Ryan
LB Josh Carraway
OL Corey Levin
WR Harry Douglas
DL David King