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Rams Announce Official Decision On Von Miller Before Seahawks Game

Von Miller walks down the sidelines in street clothes before a Rams game.

Los Angeles, California November 7, 2021: Rams linebacker Von Miller greets fans before a game against the Titans at SoFi Stadium Sunday. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

Rams fans, rejoice. The team officially announced that star linebacker Von Miller will be active for Tuesday night's game against the Seahawks.

News was tweeted out by the Rams' official handle.

Miller was one of two players activated from the COVID-19 reserve list ahead of Tuesday's kickoff. LA will need one of its newest stars to show out in a pivotal divisional matchup. If the Rams can beat Seattle tonight, they'll tie the Arizona Cardinals atop the NFC West. Von joins fellow All-Pro defender Jalen Ramsey, who was activated by the team on Sunday. However, three Rams starters remain on the COVID list. Tight end Tyler Higbee, offensive lineman Rob Havenstein and safety Jordan Fuller.

Last year, Von Miller was very open about the virus' lingering effects. Hopefully, the eight-time Pro Bowler is at full strength come 7 PM ET.

In four starts with the Rams, Miller has 13 tackles, including four tackles for loss, a forced fumble and no sacks. That said, the 32-year-old pass rusher is still a presence off the edge and a vital part of LA's Super Bowl hopes this season.