St. Louis Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo wrapped up a brief press conference following last night's loss to the Seahawks. In keeping with tradition, he opened the session with a long list of injury updates. Quarterback Sam Bradford and defensive end Chris Long are "very sore," but the Rams will not know more about their status until tomorrow because of a late start to the day following a red eye flight back from Seattle.
Bradford and Long were with head trainer Reggie Scott during Spagnuolo's press conference.
The Rams hope to get Fred Robbins back for their Week 15 game against the Bengals. James Hall is day-to-day with a strained pectoral muscle. Listed as day-to-day along with Hall are CB Josh Gordy (oblique strain), OT Mark LeVoir (groin) and S Craig Dahl (ankle). Because of the short week, it could be more difficult to get all of those players suited up this Sunday, according to Spagnuolo.
Fullback Brit Miller might end his season on injured reserve. He's dealing with a knee injury sustained in practice last week.
Quarterback A.J. Feeley's status is unchanged.