LOS ANGELES -- The Eagles are without one of their top offensive players for Sunday's game against the Rams at the LA Coliseum.
Tight end Zach Ertz is officially inactive after suffering a concussion in the third quarter against the Seahawks last week. He was listed as questionable coming into the weekend.
Ertz had his first two catches of the Seattle game on the first drive of the second half, but left the game with a concussion on the Eagles' next drive.
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Ertz was able to return to practice on Thursday in a limited fashion and practiced again Friday but was not able to completely clear the NFL's concussion protocol. He warmed up before Sunday's game but was not cleared to play.
Middle linebacker Joe Walker (neck) is also inactive after entering the week listed as questionable.
Walker suffered a stinger two weeks ago and missed the Seattle game. Najee Goode played most of the snaps in his place last week.
Joining Ertz and Walker on the list of Eagles' inactive players are: Nate Sudfeld, Wendell Smallwood, Will Beatty, Elijah Qualls and Marcus Johnson.
DE Steven Means is active for the fifth time this season.