NFL inactive list, Seahawks vs. Rams: NFC West rivals battling a few injuries

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Both the Seahawks and Rams come into their NFC West showdown with seven players on their inactive lists.

The Seattle Seahawks will head into their game at the St. Louis Rams with seven players inactive, the same number of players who were inactive heading into their controversial victory over the Green Bay Packers on Monday Night Football during Week 3.

The Seahawks will be without the services of defensive tackle Alan Branch, cornerback Danny Gorrer, strong safety Winston Guy, defensive tackle Jaye Howard, wide receiver Charly Martin, cornerback Byron Maxwell and guard John Moffitt.

The Rams will have seven inactive players as well. Not playing for the Rams are defensive tackles Matt Conrath and Jermelle Cudjo, quarterback Austin Davis, running back Isaiah Pead, offensive tackle Rodger Saffold and wide receiver Steve Smith.

The Seahawks welcome back wide receiver Doug Baldwin to the offense after he was inactive last week, and the Rams will have the services of running back Steven Jackson, who is battling a groin injury.

The Seahawks are on a two-game winning streak and are 2-1 on the season. The Rams are 1-2 and are coming off a loss.

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