Rams Vs. Bears, NFL Inactives: Brian Quick Out Vs. Chicago

The biggest news from the inactive list for Sunday's game between St. Louis and Chicago is who was left off: Rams halfback Steven Jackson is listed as active and will play against the Bears. Jackson missed practice this week with an injured groin, and was doubtful as of Sunday morning. Nevertheless, the veteran running back will play.

Rams wide receiver Brian Quick is listed as inactive, as are defensive tackles Michael Brockers and Matt Cornrath, quarterback Austin Davis, halfback Terrance Ganaway, offensive lineman Rodger Saffold, and safety Matthew Daniels.

As reported earlier in the week, Bears starting halfback Matt Forte will be inactive with an injured ankle. Also missing for the Bears will be offensive linemen Edwin Williams and Jonathan Scott, wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher, defensive tackles Matt Toeaina and Nate Collins, and defensive end Cheta Ozougwu.

The Rams and Bears kick off at 1:00 p.m. ET Sunday. Television coverage is available on Fox.

Stay with the SB Nation NFL Hub for all the NFL news and updates you need. For more on the Rams, go to Turf Show Times. Bears news and commentary is available at Windy City Gridiron.

This post originally appeared on SBNation.com.

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