Ogletree Active, Woods and Barwin Inactive vs. Eagles

Posted Dec 10, 2017

MLB Alec Ogletree is officially active for Sunday's game against the Eagles. On the other side, TE Zach Ertz is inactive.

LOS ANGELES — The Rams will have their defensive signal-caller on the field for Sunday, as middle linebacker Alec Ogletree is active.

Ogletree was listed as questionable for Sunday’s game after hyperextending his elbow against the Cardinals last week. He was limited in practice on Friday, which was his only session of the week.

Conversely, wide receiver Robert Woods (shoulder) and outside linebacker (forearm) are both inactive. Both practiced in a limited capacity on Friday, but neither are apparently ready to play today.

Running back Malcolm Brown is active for the first time since the Week 9 matchup against the Giants. He was a full participant in all three days of practice. Running back Lance Dunbar, however, is inactive today. He would be considered a healthy scratch.

Signed from the practice squad on Saturday, linebacker Cameron Lynch is active for today’s game. He is likely to have a role on special teams, where he previously contributed for the Rams back in 2015.

On the other side, tight end Zach Ertz (concussion) is also inactive. He was listed as questionable for today’s game. Ertz is one of quarterback Carson Wentz’s most effective targets.

Below is the full list of inactives for both teams.

QB Brandon Allen
WR Robert Woods
RB Lance Dunbar
RB Justin Davis
OLB Carlos Thompson
OT Cornelius Lucas
OLB Connor Barwin

QB Nate Sudfeld
WR Marcus Johnson
RB Wendell Smallwood
LB Joe Walker
OT Will Beatty
TE Zach Ertz
DT Elijah Qualls