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Hill's teammate, Austin Davis will start Sunday's game against the Eagles.

Per ESPN's Nick Wagoner, it's a move that is intended to stick, with Hill evidently back to where he started the season; an injury away from fantasy relevance.

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Hill (thigh) has a good shot at returning to the lineup Oct. 5 against the Eagles, the Associated Press reports.

Coach Jeff Fisher has said the starting job is Hill's whenever he gets healthy, and Hill was nearly able to start in Week 3. Austin Davis has played well in Hill's absence, but Fisher has been unwavering in his support of Hill. Unless something changes, Hill should be the quarterback against Philadelphia.

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Hill's teammate, Austin Davis, was announced as the Rams' starting QB in advance of Sunday's game against the Cowboys, ESPN's Nick Wagoner reports.

The Rams waited until just before kickoff to make the call, but Davis gets the nod after all.

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Hill (quad) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.

Previous reports suggested that the Rams were expected to start Austin Davis in Sunday's contest, but in advance of the game, the team has yet to announce a starter at QB, with ESPN's Nick Wagoner noting that both QB's took pre-game reps. There's enough uncertainly here leading up to kickoff to make either QB a risky roll.

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Hill (thigh) is active for Sunday's game versus the Cowboys, Myles Simmons of the Rams' official site reports.

Hill, who tested out his injured thigh in pregame warmups, is active for a second week in a row. Even so, a healthy Austin Davis is expected to usurp Hill for the starting gig, thereby relegating Hill to a persona non grata in fantasy once again.

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Hill will assess his injured thigh in pregame warmups, but Austin Davis is still expected to earn the start Sunday against the Cowboys, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

With limited practices under his belt all week, Hill is seemingly approaching a return to full health. However, the Rams' bye week immediately follows Sunday's contest, giving the team every reason to exercise caution with the veteran quarterback. His replacement, Austin Davis, has fared well to date, completing 38-of-52 passes for 427 yards and one interception across a game and a half.

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Hill (thigh) is questionable for Sunday's game against Dallas after a limited Friday practice, St. Louis Post-Dispatch writer Jim Thomas reports.

According to Thomas, it appears that Hill will sit out once again Sunday, which would leave Austin Davis as the team's starter against Dallas.

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Hill (thigh) was limited again in Thursday's practice, and coach Jeff Fisher stated that a decision will be made on the Rams' starting quarterback after pregame warmups Sunday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

Although Hill added a few more reps to his workload, he remained limited in his activity level. He appears as if he'll be resigned to a game-time decision in Week 3, as he attempts to recover from the thigh injury suffered in the regular season opener. If he sits, Austin Davis will again be under center for the Rams.

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Hill (thigh) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

Hill's workload was contained to individual work, while Austin Davis handled most of the reps with the first-team offense once again. If healthy, Hill is the starting QB in St. Louis, but with a bye week to follow Sunday's contest versus the Cowboys, a cautious approach may still be utilized with the veteran.

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Hill (thigh), who will start Sunday against the Cowboys if healthy, likely won't practice Wednesday but may attempt to Thursday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

With a bye week to follow Sunday's game, another DNP could come to pass in order to allow additional recovery time for Hill's thigh. No matter how the week proceeds, Austin Davis is ready and will take direct the Rams' offense, if Hill is ultimately unused.