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NFC West injury report, Week 9: Teams relatively healthy

All four NFC West teams got through Week 9 without a serious injury and the Rams could get even healthier by the end of the week.

Dilip Vishwanat

Good news for St. Louis Rams fans, bad news for San Francisco 49ers fans: the Rams' best receiver could be back against the 49ers. Danny Amendola has been sidelined since Week 5 when he dislocated his clavicle and the Rams have struggled offensively ever since, losing all three games with Amendola on the mend. After the team's bye week, Amendola should be healthy enough to play against the 49ers this Sunday.

The Seahawks went without a serious injury in yesterday's 30-20 win over the Vikings. Wide receiver Braylon Edwards' knee could be healthy enough for him to see some time in the Seahawks' upcoming game against the New York Jets but he's still questionable. Same goes for Cardinals tight end Todd Heap, who will get a bye week to rest his injured knee.

The 49ers had Week 9 off. Brandon Jacobs is still listed as questionable with a knee injury that has kept him off the field the entire season.