The Los Angeles Rams (6-4) and Baltimore Ravens (8-2) released their final injury reports for Week 12 on Saturday evening. It doesn’t appear there are many surprises on either teams report as they prepare for a prime time matchup on Monday Night Football.
Here’s a look at the Saturday injury report for Rams:
It probably comes as no surprise that Rob Havenstein (knee) and Darious Williams (ankle) — both of whom missed last Sunday’s game and failed to practice this week — were ruled out for this Monday’s contest.
Malcolm Brown (not injury related) had a baby girl(!), but Rams’ head coach Sean McVay says he’s ready to go for Monday night:
Yeah, he’s good – he’s feeling good. He had a baby girl, I’m really happy for Malcolm. That’s exciting.
The player everyone is curious about, however, is WR Robert Woods, who missed last week with a personal issue and was absent for the early portion of Week 12. McVay was...noncommittal about Woods’ availability this week:
...we’re just taking it one day at a time with the situation that he’s dealing with. Things are looking good, but out of respect for him, with everything that is going on we just said, ‘Let’s just take it one day at a time, keep the main thing your family. That’s the No. 1 priority, football comes next.’ If it means that nothing ends up inhibiting his ability to take care of both and he can be a part of this thing on Monday night, we are a better football team and that would be good for all of us.
It’s a wait-and-see situation for Woods.
As for the Ravens, it appears only DT Michael Pierce is a long shot to play on Monday night: