Rams vs. Seahawks injury report: Steven Jackson returns to practice

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The St. Louis Rams had their entire non-IR roster practice Thursday in preparation of their game Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.

Injuries often pile up for teams late in the season, but that can't be said about the St. Louis Rams, who are healthy heading into their game against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday.

The biggest name on the weekly injury report, running back Steven Jackson, returned to the practice field Thursday after missing Wednesday's practice with a foot injury. Other players who returned to practice after missing Wednesday's session include linebacker James Laurinaitis, cornerback Cortland Finnegan and center Scott Wells.

Some players were limited participants Wednesday but returned to fully participate in practice Thursday. Safety Craig Dahl was one of these players, as he has been nursing a knee injury. Wide receiver Austin Pettis has a shoulder injury, but judging from the fact he has practiced fully on Wednesday and Thursday, he should be good to go Sunday.

A full injury report for the Rams can be found here.

The Rams take on the Seahawks at 3:25 p.m. CT.

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