Veteran cornerback played two games with blurred vision, but it never got better, so Rams placed him on injured reserve.
Eye injury has kept the veteran cornerback from participating in practice this week, he and four others are all listed as questionable to play Sunday versus the Chicago Bears.
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Rams say Trumaine Johnson will start in place of Finnegan for second-straight game.
Second-year man Janoris Jenkins might be the only regular starter in the Rams’ defensive backfield come Sunday’s noon kickoff against the Jaguars.
Trumaine Johnson was initially charged with drunk driving, after offseason traffic stop in Montana.
Defensive back Trumaine Johnson detained for DUI while visiting alma mater.
The Rams are developing an identity that bears little resemblance to those of years past.
At about 6-2, 204 lbs., Johnson could play corner for the Rams, but his skill set could translate to the free safety position.