SEATTLE -- Russell Wilson was back out practicing Wednesday, allaying concerns about the ankle he sprained in Sunday's Seahawks win over the Dolphins.
"His attitude is as charged up as you can imagine," said head coach Pete Carroll.
Carroll also announced Thomas Rawls would start at running back this week when the Seahawks visit the L.A. Rams.
The Rams are coming off an embarrassing 28-0 season-opening loss to the 49ers. But Carroll says he's not looking past them.
"You really don't take teams lightly in this league because they're too good," said Carroll.
The Seahawks lost both games against the Rams last season. Seattle is 2-4 in the last six meetings at the Rams.
But this is the first year for the Rams in L.A. after 21 seasons in St. Louis and the franchise still hasn't totally settled in, which could play a factor in the team's readiness for their home opener Sunday.
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