When will Rams vs. Seahawks be played? Week 15 game postponed after COVID tests

As positive tests for COVID-19 continue to plague the NFL this week, a team that has dealt with a particularly large number of cases could see its game regress.

Reports have said the Rams’ Sunday clash with the Seahawks could be postponed after Los Angeles has had a huge wave of positive tests sending more than 20 players to the COVID roster.

The Rams are coming off an impressive win against the NFC North leaders Cardinals to move within one game of the division leader, but they would be playing without a number of key players, including Jalen Ramsey and Odell Beckham Jr., if the game it will take place on Sunday.

Sporting News is tracking the latest on the Rams-Seahawks game and will update this post with the latest information.

Rams vs Seahawks news updates for week 15

Rams-Seahawks expected to move to Tuesday

Sunday’s clash between the NFC West rivals now looks set to start on Tuesday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, along with the Washington-Eagles game. These will be the second and third games that were moved from their original start date after the Browns-Raiders game, originally scheduled for Saturday, was moved to Monday. Schefter reported start time will be 7 pm ET for Rams-Seahawks.

Tuesday seems like an option for the Rams-Seahawks

Schefter reported that the Rams-Seahawks game could be postponed to Tuesday, moving the game from its original start on Sunday two days ago.

Rams-Seahawks could be one of several postponed

According to multiple reports, the NFL is looking to postpone several Week 15 games, including the Rams-Seahawks showdown.

Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network reported that the decision to postpone the games would be medical and not for competitive reasons. He also added that “Most of the players want to eliminate the COVID protocols.”

25 players on Rams’ COVID roster

(December 17): USA Today reported that there have been 25 players on both the roster and the Los Angeles practice team who are currently on the COVID roster. Among them are headlines like Ramsey, Beckham, Jordan Fuller, Rob Havenstein and Von Miller.