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St. Louis Rams: Wednesday’s Injury Report Features a Few Surprises...And Some Good News

An up-to-date look at the St. Louis Rams’ injury report on Wednesday, prior to their Week 11 matchup at the Baltimore Ravens.

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St. Louis Rams’ Wednesday Injury Report, 11/18

Rob Havenstein [Calf] - Did Not Practice

Havenstein suffered the calf injury in last Sunday’s game.  After the game, Jeff Fisher had this to say about the severity his starting right tackle’s injury:

We got some good news on (T) Rob (Havenstein). Rob left the game with a calf injury and it’s not as significant as we feared last night. He’ll be day-to-day, possibly week-to-week, but he’ll be returning.

His status will need to be monitored as the week goes on.  The Rams did add a few offensive lineman yesterday, in an effort to aid an already ailing front.

Robert Quinn [Hip] - Did Not Practice

Quinn has been popping up on the team’s injury report since late October, due to a knee issue.  Interestingly enough, he’s made the injury report today as a result of a hip issue.

Tim Barnes [Concussion] - Limited

Barnes, and left tackle Greg Robinson, were the only Rams’ lineman to have played 100% of the team’s [63] offensive snaps last week.  His addition to the team’s injury report - concussion related - come as a bit of surprise.

His status, like Havenstein’s, will garner attention as the week progresses.

Chris Long [Knee] - Full Participant

Chris Long was a full participant today.  He’s, not surprisingly, very excited about that.