clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

St. Louis Rams Vs. Detroit Lions: Thursday Injury Report Offers Litany Of Concerns

New, comments

The Rams are limping toward the end of the 2015 season.

Rob Carr/Getty Images

With DE Robert Quinn and S T.J. McDonald now sidelined for the rest of the season, it could be a long December for St. Louis Rams fans. Longer still with the way the injury report for this weekend's game between the Rams and the Detroit Lions:

Name POS Injury Wed. Status Thu. Status
Robert Quinn DE Back DNP DNP
T.J. McDonald S Shoulder DNP DNP
Janoris Jenkins CB Concussion DNP DNP
Andrew Donnal OL Knee DNP DNP
Zach Hocker K Right Thigh DNP DNP
Johnny Hekker P Not Injury Related (Rest) DNP DNP
William Hayes DE Thigh DNP Limited
Wes Welker WR Calf Limited Limited
Lance Kendricks TE Concussion Limited Full
Trumaine Johnson CB Thigh Limited Full
Case Keenum QB Concussion Full Full
Greg Zuerlein K Right Hip Full Full

That's rough.

If there's any silver lining, it's that at 4-8, the remaining games don't hold much import. Looking down this report and worrying about losing any of the final four games...well, your worry is better spent elsewhere. Like worrying about the general health of these human beings in what amounts to a relatively futile work month ahead.

As for Detroit, here's where they stand:

Name POS Injury Wed. Status Thu. Status
Ezekiel Ansah DE Hamstring/Elbow Limited Limited
Calvin Johnson WR Ankle Limited Limited
Lance Moore WR Ankle Limited Limited
Michael Ola T Knee Limited Limited
Glover Quin S Ankle Limited Limited
Caraun Reid DT Ankle Limited Limited
Travis Swanson C Ankle Limited Limited
Travis Lewis LB Ankle Full Full

Without anyone listed as not having practiced, the Lions might get to the game at full strength.

The official game injury report comes out following practice tomorrow.