Monday Night Football tonight will showcase two NFC West teams when the Los Angeles Rams travel to San Francisco to take on the 49ers. For the last matchup of Week 4, what do the NFL inactives look like for tonight’s game? What do each team’s final injury reports look like, and who might end up out for this showdown?
Note that we will update this article as teams announce their official inactives closer to game time, which will be around 6:45 p.m. ET.
NFL Inactives for Monday Night Football
With each team permitted to have 48 players dress for a game (but often having 53 or more players available), teams must name any above that 48-person threshold as inactive. Which players will not be active for this Rams vs. 49ers matchup?
The below players were on the final injury reports with the listed designations. Ninety minutes before kickoff, the teams will officially announce their inactives.
Los Angeles Rams Inactives
C Brian Allen
WR Tutu Atwell
CB Cobie Durant
OG David Edwards
CB Shaun Jolly
CB David Long
QB Bryce Perkins
San Francisco 49ers Inactives
RB Tyrion Davis-Price
WR Danny Gray
DT Javon Kinlaw
TE Tyler Kroft
S Tarvarius Moore
OT Trent Williams
OT Nick Zakelj
Impactful Names on NFL Injury Reports
Ahead of the official announcement of the NFL inactives for the Monday Night Football game tonight, there are several names to keep an eye on. Although there aren’t really any marquee skill-position players in jeopardy of playing this game, there are still some important players that might impact this matchup.
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For the Rams, they have already announced that four players will be out tonight. Among them is center Brian Allen, who is dealing with a knee injury. On the positive side, both Jordan Fuller and Derion Kendrick will play and have no injury designations heading into Monday Night Football.
The 49ers’ injury situation is a little more dire. They have five players who are already ruled out, with another four either questionable or doubtful. With Trent Williams missing time, it will be interesting to see how this already young offensive line protects QB Jimmy Garoppolo. Will Aaron Donald and Bobby Wagner be able to run wild tonight?