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The move comes a day before the Rams (10-6) are scheduled to play the NFC West champion Seattle Seahawks (12-4) in a wild-card playoff game Saturday at Lumen Field. The Rams and Seahawks split the regular-season series, each winning at home.
Last week, Brockers and wide receiver Cooper Kupp were the team’s first starters this season to miss a game due to being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Nevertheless, the Rams defeated the Arizona Cardinals to clinch a playoff berth.
Kupp, the Rams’ leading receiver with 974 yards this season, was activated earlier this week and is expected to start Saturday. It is anticipated that Brockers, who had five sacks for the NFL’s top-ranked defense this season, will play against the Seahawks.
Their return is the latest in what has been a positive week regarding the team’s health.
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