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Dunbar Active, Brown & Peterson Inactive for Rams vs. Cardinals

Check out photos from prior to the Rams' Week 13 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals in Glendale, AZ.

GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Rams will have one of their two reserve running backs dressed for today's game.

Though Lance Dunbar and Malcolm Brown were both listed as questionable, Dunbar is active and Brown is inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Cardinals. Brown has missed the last three games after suffering a knee injury against the Giants. Dunbar was also inactive for last week's victory over the Saints with a knee injury.

Dunbar has played in two games so far this season after coming off the physically unable to perform list, taking five carries for 31 yards.

Elsewhere on the inactives list, wide receiver Robert Woods (shoulder) and outside linebacker Connor Barwin (forearm) were previously declared out with their respective injuries.

And outside linebacker Carlos Thompson is active after being promoted from the practice squad on Saturday. Rookie outside linebacker Samson Ebukam will start in Barwin's place.

But the biggest news on the inactives list is probably on the other side. Cardinals' running back Adrian Peterson is inactive with a neck injury. ESPN's Adam Schefter first reported Arizona was pessimistic about Peterson's availability early Sunday morning. The running back did not practice all week and had been listed as questionable for the game. Peterson leads the Cardinals with 448 yards rushing and two touchdowns. He had only 21 yards rushing on 11 carries in the Week 7 matchup between L.A. and Arizona.

Below is the full list of inactives for both teams.

QB Brandon Allen
WR Robert Woods
RB Justin Davis
RB Malcolm Brown
CB Kevin Peterson
OT Cornelius Lucas
OLB Connor Barwin

QB Matt Barkley
WR John Brown
WR Carlton Agudosi
LB Deone Bucannon
RB Adrian Peterson
S/CB Rudy Ford
DL Corey Peters

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