Lots of starters on this week's injury report. One them has a concussion.
The St. Louis Rams injury report from Wednesday's practice is a long one. It also includes a handful of key starters whose absences would be a notable loss for the team as it gets ready for a rematch with the San Francisco 49ers.
Danny Amendola watched practice with a walking boot on his injured foot. He was moving with a very noticeable limp. His status for this week's game seems iffy considering the team pulled him from the second half of last week's win in Arizona.
The most surprising name on the injury report was defensive end Robert Quinn. He has a concussion. In order to get back on the field, the second-year pass rusher will have to pass the league's mandatory tests and get the thumps up before he can get back on the field. It's possible that he could clear those hurdles in time for this week's game, but it seems like a stretch.
Scott Wells sat out too. Last week's game was his first full tilt of the season, since suffering an injury in the opener in Detroit. With Wells, it could be - and hopefully is - just getting the veteran some rest after such a long absence.
Steven Jackson rested as well, a similar move from last week when he missed Wednesday's practice. Hopefully he too is good to go this week.