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2016 Los Angeles Rams Training Camp: August 18 Practice Live Updates

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The Rams have their last public practice of the week before heading behind closed doors tomorrow to prep for the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday.

Los Angeles Rams TE Tyler Higbee
Los Angeles Rams TE Tyler Higbee
Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

August 18

Practice begins at 5:30pm PT

Autographs: Linebackers and Special Teams
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The Rams have their last public practice tonight ahead of Saturday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Injury Updates

RT Rob Havenstein, WR Nelson Spruce, TE Tyler Higbee, RB Aaron Green, LB Nic Grigsby, FB Zach Laskey, OT Isaiah Battle, S Mark Barron, S Maurice Alexander...

It’s at this point that I wish the NFL mandated injury reports in the preseason the same way they do in the regular season. Most of those names would likely be listed as Probable, though Havenstein, Spruce and Battle would be graded as one of the more severe classifications.

As it stands...who knows? The Rams don’t have to release an injury report for Saturday’s game, and having just held DE Robert Quinn and RB Todd Gurley out as healthy scratches last weekend, we might not get any real clarity on this stuff.

In any case...let’s keep an eye on practice tonight to see how many of these guys are sidelined or relegated to partial work.

Jared Goff

Will he or won’t he?

That’s all that really matters at this point.

Offensive Development

Is anything more important overall than getting the offense prepared to improve on their god awful 2015 showing this year? If the Rams’ O has yet another lackluster first half, it might be time for legitimate concern...

Defensive Adjustment

If indeed the offense is going to struggle (and there’s a damn good chance that’s the case), we’re gonna need these guys to be on their game soonest.

The first-half showing against Dallas wasn’t promising. A bounceback performance against the Chiefs would help allay concerns.