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While they're still not out of the woods, the Los Angeles Rams are starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel as it relates to their current COVID-19 outbreak. The Rams activated receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and running back Darrell Henderson off of the team's reserve/COVID-19 list on Saturday, leaving both players eligible to play in Tuesday night's game against the Seahawks

The Rams also activated defensive back Donte Deayon, linebacker Justin Hollins, tight end Brycen Hopkins and tackle Alaric Jackson. Los Angeles still has over a dozen players remaining on its COVID-19 list that includes linebackers Von Miller, defensive backs Jalen Ramsey, Jordan Fuller and Terrell Burgess, and tight end Tyler Higbee. The Rams' outbreak led to the NFL moving their game against the Seahawks from Sunday to Tuesday evening. The NFL also postponed two other games as well over 100 players across the league were placed on their team's respective COVID-19 list. 

Beckham caught 15 of 25 targets for 204 yards and three touchdowns in his first four games with the Rams after starting the 2021 season with the Browns. Beckham, who caught six of seven targets for 77 yards in last week's win over the Cardinals, has caught a touchdown in three consecutive games after not finding the end zone in his six games with the Browns. 

Henderson has rushed for 648 yards and five touchdowns in 10 games this season. He also has three receiving touchdowns while helping the Rams' offense rank fourth in the NFL in scoring and 10th in third-down efficiency. 

Los Angeles (9-4) is currently the fifth seed in the NFC standings. They are just one game one back of the Cardinals for first place in the NFC West division.