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Los Angeles Rams at Dallas Cowboys: TE Gerald Everett out, RT Rob Havenstein likely out as well per final injury report

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No Young Gerald and probably no Hav.

Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett warms up before the Week 12 game against the Baltimore Ravens, Nov. 25, 2019.
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett warms up before the Week 12 game against the Baltimore Ravens, Nov. 25, 2019.
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The Los Angeles Rams are headed to Big D to take on the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15 in a major matchup for the NFC Playoff Picture.

The final injury report for the game should look familiar to Rams fans:

Just like last week, the injury report consists of TE Gerald Everett being designated “out” and RT Rob Havenstein designated “doubtful.”

While there might be a little surprise over Hav being “doubtful” despite a full week of practice, there shouldn’t be for Everett missing this one. Rams Head Coach Sean McVay dropped the “day-to-day” label on him on Wednesday that seemingly indicates a player won’t be available.

Here’s hoping nobody is “day-to-day” next week.

As for the Cowboys:

So despite a long injury report, just three designations.

LB Leighton Vander Esch is out with LB Sean Lee “questionable.” That’s a tough duo of injuries.

Here’s what they had to say over at Blogging the Boys, the SB Nation team site for Cowboys fans:

For the Cowboys, linebacker is an issue. They will once again be without Leighton Vander Esch who is still trying to recover from a neck injury. Compounding matters is his replacement, Sean Lee, could also miss the game. He is listed officially as questionable with thigh and pectoral injuries. Lee was looks to be a game-time decision.

Joining Lee as questionable is reserve wide receiver and special teams player Ventell Bryant. He was held out of practice today with a knee injury.

Michael Bennett was held out of practice today but he is expected to play. Also expected to play are the players who have made up a long list of limited participants at practice this week including La’el Collins, Zack Martin, Byron Jones and Chris Jones.