Seahawks vs. Rams 2013 inactives: Scott Wells, Cortland Finnegan active for St. Louis


The Rams will have Cortland Finnegan back in the lineup after he missed three games due to a thigh injury.

Likely needing a win to stay alive in the NFC West race, the St. Louis Rams will be close to full strength when they host the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.

Cornerback Cortland Finnegan and center Scott Wells are both active for the Rams, despite being listed as questionable. Finnegan missed three games due to a thigh injury and was limited in practice this week. He'll likely return to the starting lineup with Trumaine Johnson shifting into a reserve role. Wells was limited in practice on Saturday. Running back Benny Cunningham was the only other player listed on the injury report this week. He's inactive due to an ankle injury.

Seattle will once again be without starting right tackle Breno Giacomini. He'll miss his fifth straight game after suffering a knee injury in Week 3. Rookie Michael Bowie will once again start in his place. Backup safety Jeron Johnson and fullback Derrick Coleman are also inactive due to injury. Both were injured last week and did not practice during the week. Starting middle linebacker Bobby Wagner will return for the Seahawks after he missed one game with an ankle injury.

Here's a complete look at the inactives for each team.

Seattle's inactives:

QB B.J. Daniels, S Jeron Johnson, FB Derrick Coleman, T Breno Giacomini, T Caylin Hauptmann, DE Benson Mayowa, DT Jordan Hill

St Louis' inactives:

QB Brady Quinn, RB Benny Cunningham, G/C Barrett Jones, DT Matt Conrath, G/T Mike Person, DE Gerald Rivers, RB Isaiah Pead

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