How to Watch: Week 5 Against the Seahawks

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The Rams will be back home at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Sunday after two consecutive road victories against the 49ers and Cowboys. In Week 5, Los Angeles with face off against the Seattle Seahawks with kickoff set for 1:05 P.M. The game will be available live on CBS.

BROADCAST INFO

TELEVISION: The game will be available live on CBS. Play-by-play will be provided by: Spero Dedes and Adam Archuleta.

RADIO:  Sunday's contest will be broadcast nationally on Sports USA as well as on ESPN English Radio on ESPN 710 AM and 100.3 The Sound FM will also broadcast the game (Play-by-play provided by: J.B. Long, Maurice Jones-Drew and D'Marco Farr). Plus, tune into 1330 AM for ESPN Deportes' live Spanish broadcast of the game with Troy Santiago and Ricardo Lopez on the call.

SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow the Rams on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat for live updates and behind-the-scenes content before, during, and after the game.

ONLINE: The game will not be available live via  NFL Game Pass*. However, fans will still be able to watch replays of every game and so much more! Click here to sign up for your FREE 7-day trial and start getting unprecedented access to every game, all year long.

*For domestic subscribers NFL Game Pass does not include live regular season, playoff, or Super Bowl game broadcasts, as well as some preseason games broadcasts. Access to these games is available within NFL Game Pass on an on-demand basis in the NFL Game Pass archives. International subscribers are able to watch both preseason and regular season games as they happen with certain restrictions. Audio feeds may be subject to availability. 2009-2011 games are temporarily unavailable. For a full description of features, requirement, limitations, and other information, visit our FAQ at NFL.com/help/GamePass.

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