Rams Injury Report: Injured Players Johnson, Jones, McGee All Return To Practice, Could Play Sunday vs. Seahawks
Two players who hadn’t been seen much since the preseason, and another whose been out for more than a month, all returned to practice this week for the St. Louis Rams, leaving open the possibility they could play this Sunday when the Rams host the Seattle Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome.
One of the perks of having their bye week early in the season for the St. Louis Rams, is it allows for the early return of a couple of key players who might have otherwise missed more than just one or two games.
It’s looking more and more like the most important part of Jeff Fisher’s statement from Monday, regarding the Rams’ quarterback situation, was the last three words.
By Cedric Williams All the optimism and enthusiasm that comes from the start of every NFL season lasted about a half for the St. Louis Rams, who were left battered and beaten Sunday afternoon at […]
Two key members of the St. Louis Rams starting offense and defense returned to practice on Thursday, as left tackle Jake Long and outsideline linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar both participated fully in the club’s workout at the Rams Park training facility in Earth City.
St. Louis tops Cleveland, 33-14, but could lose Sam Bradford again to knee injury.
T.J. McDonald: “We’re motivated to be the best in the NFC West, best in the league.”
Rams’ Stacy, Williams, Johnson All Pass Concussion Tests, Clearing Way To Play Sunday In San Francisco
All three players suffered concussions in last week’s game against Chicago, but were examined and cleared to practice on Friday.
Rams say Stacy, Trumaine Johnson, & Chris Williams all passed head injury testing.
Veteran cornerback played two games with blurred vision, but it never got better, so Rams placed him on injured reserve.