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LA Rams Initial Injury Report Trains Eyes On Defense

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Four Rams are on the Wednesday injury report. All four are defensemen.

Los Angeles Rams CB Trumaine Johnson
Los Angeles Rams CB Trumaine Johnson
Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

With the Los Angeles Rams in London, England, to take on the New York Giants, practice wrapped up earlier than usual today and we have our first injury report:

Los Angeles Rams

Name POS Injury Wed. Status
William Hayes DE Ankle Limited
Robert Quinn DE Shoulder Limited
Michael Brockers DT Thigh DNP
Trumaine Johnson CB Ankle DNP

Both starting defensive ends, Robert Quinn and William Hayes, are back in the rotation. The obvious bigger concern is that CB Trumaine Johnson and DT Michael Brockers are still out. For Brockers, it could be even more worrisome now that he’s dealing with a new injury. Bear in mind Brockers had been dealing with a hip injury heading into Week 6. Let’s see if the severity of this new thigh injury keeps him out all week or if he can get in some practice time this week to approach “Questionable” status on Friday.

Here’s the Giants’ side of the report:

New York Giants

Name POS Injury Wed. Status
Rashad Jennings RB Thumb Full
Olivier Vernon DE Wrist Full
Eli Apple CB Groin Limited
Nat Berhe S Concussion Limited
Keenan Robinson LB Knee Limited
Trevin Wade CB Ankle Limited
Odell Beckham, Jr. WR Hip DNP
Zak DeOssie LS Ankle DNP
Marshall Newhouse T Calf DNP
Darian Thompson S Foot DNP

Decent amount to deal with over there. From our friends over at Big Blue View, SB Nation’s community for fans of the Giants:

Various reports from practice indicate that Beckham did not join teammates outside for the beginning portion of practice media is allowed to attend. ESPN’s Jordan Ranaan reported that Beckham’s injury is “not serious” and there is a “good chance” he plays on Sunday.

Cornerback Trevin Wade (ankle) and linebacker Keenan Robinson (knee) are new names on the injury list. Long-snapper Zak DeOssie was also apparently not outside at practice, with Tyler Ott, newly-signed to the practice squad, handling the snapping.

Stay tuned to the report this week.