Robert Woods is back.
After missing Los Angeles’ last three games, the Rams wide receiver is ready to make his anticipated return for Sunday’s showdown against the Seahawks.
“Long process trying to get healthy, trying to get back,” Woods said Wednesday, via the team’s website. “Guys did well prepping up to this, getting wins and everything. And now I’m finally back and trying to finish it off with the team.”
Woods suffered a sprained shoulder in the team’s Week 11 loss to the Vikings. He practiced on a limited basis last week, mostly running routes and working to get back in sync with quarterback Jared Goff.
“It felt good, just going out there running routes and everything,” Woods said. “It’s a long season. We’re looking forward to extra games — [though] you’ve got to win some. Just trying to make sure I’m healthy and make sure I’m full go to last.
“I feel like the movement, everything is there. Everything’s good and ready, so I feel like there’s no [sense of] not trusting it. I’ve been in practice a little bit last week, and then starting to go this week — I’m confident, very confident in it.”
Woods, 25, led the Rams in receptions (47) and yards (703) before getting hurt. The fifth-year wideout also has four touchdowns on the season.
The Rams (9-4) are scheduled to visit the Seahawks (8-5) at 4:05 p.m. ET.