NFL inactives, Week 10: Rams vs. 49ers: Danny Amendola will play against San Francisco

David Welker

Wide receiver Danny Amendola will suit up this afternoon as the St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers battle from Candlestick Park.

The Week 10 list of inactives are out for the NFC West game between the Rams and 49ers. Both teams had an extra week off and are relatively healthy heading into the clash at Candlestick. The biggest news for the Rams is that receiver Danny Amendola will make his return. The slot receiver is a favorite target of St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford but he's been out with an injured clavicle. He'll wear a special brace against the 49ers. Another top target of Bradford's, Chris Givens, is out for Week 10. He and Janoris Jenkins are sitting due to a violation of team rules. Here's the complete list of Rams inactives:

DE Eugene Sims
S Darian Stewart
QB Austin Davis
CB Janoris Jenkins
WR Chris Givens
OL Chris Williams

The Niners have several skill position players inactive on the offensive side of the ball. Rookies A.J. Jenkins and LaMichael James are both inactive. In addition to James, bruising running back Brandon Jacobs is also inactive against the Rams.

QB Scott Tolzien
WR A.J. Jenkins
RB LaMichael James
S Trenton Robinson
RB Brandon Jacobs
G Joe Looney
NT Ian Williams

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