In some unfortunate news from preseason Week 3, the Los Angeles Rams have lost both OL Aaron Neary and edge Josh Carraway to season-ending injuries per Head Coach Sean McVay.
The cart came out for both players at different points in the night on Saturday signaling the severity of the injuries. Neary was lost to a fractured ankle that requires surgery, and Carraway was lost to a torn Achilles.
Neary was set to serve a four-game suspension to open the year. He spent time with the second- and third-string units along the offensive line at both guard spots as well as center. Neary was likely to be a reserve offensive lineman though the Rams will need to look elsewhere to fill the hole on the depth chart now.
Carraway was added over the offseason after spending time with the Tennessee Titans and Washington. Carraway was a former seventh-round draft pick in 2017 who impressed as an edge rusher in the preseason.