The Los Angeles Rams (11-2) had a clean initial injury report on Wednesday. No names to be found.
A few names popped up on the Thursday report, however. But no need to be alarmed — as none of them are injury related. Specifically for Rams’ center John Sullivan and left tackle Andrew Whitworth, this is standard protocol. Sean McVay has given his veterans plenty of rest throughout the week this season.
At any rate, here’s the Rams’ injury report for Thursday:
The Philadelphia Eagles (6-7) report has been relatively full since the onset. They got some good news today, as offensive tackle Lane Johnson was able to return in full. They did have two new additions to the injury report today.
The major loss, however, is that of starting QB Carson Wentz, who will certainly not play Sunday, and may be out the rest of the year. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, “a recent CT scan on Carson Wentz’s back revealed a fractured vertebrae that, if allowed time to rest, would fully heal without further expected issues. There will be a continued evaluation to determine if continuing to play this year will make injury worse.”
Here’s the full report for the Eagles: