Report: Von Miller to play in Rams game vs. Seahawks on Tuesday after being activated from COVID-19 list

Jason Simpson
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The Los Angeles Rams are looking to earn their 10th win of the season on Tuesday. They’ll have to beat the Seattle Seahawks in order to get it.

In some good news for the Rams, it sounds like they’re going to have a key player available for the contest. Veteran star Von Miller will reportedly play after being activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list.

Miller has appeared in 11 games this season, and four of those games have been with the Rams. In total, he has racked up 4.5 sacks, 18 solo tackles and 14 assisted tackles so far in the 2021 campaign.

The eight-time Pro Bowler already has one Super Bowl title under his belt, and he’d surely love to get another this season. With the end of the regular season coming into sight, the Rams are still hanging around in a very competitive NFC West division.

Right now, a small margin separates the first-place Arizona Cardinals and second-place Rams in the division. An L.A. victory on Tuesday would give the Cardinals and Rams identical records and would make the race even more intense heading into the upcoming weekend.

The Rams would certainly love nothing more than to steal the division crown. After Tuesday’s matchup with Seattle, L.A. will have three games remaining in the regular season. Those contests will come against the Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.

The Rams are hoping to finish strong, earn a playoff bid and enter the postseason with some momentum. The organization is trying to win its first Super Bowl title since the 1999 season.

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