Sunday afternoon was one of the few games all season that the Los Angeles Rams were able to come out of the game with relatively few injuries. The Rams still lost David Edwards midway through the game due to a recurring head injury (concussion). Outside of that, the Rams escaped any major injuries as of now. As Los Angeles gears up for Week 6 against Carolina, there are reinforcements almost ready to take the field.
Below are the latest injuries that Los Angeles is dealing with entering their Week 6 matchup against the Carolina Panthers and their availability this week.
- David Edwards, LG (Concussion)
David Edwards was placed on IR as of Tuesday afternoon (UPDATE),
Rams HC Sean McVay said LG David Edwards remains in concussion protocol.— Stu Jackson (@StuJRams) October 10, 2022
Status: Out (IR)
Probable & Questionable players entering Week 5…
- Brian Allen, C (Knee)
Brian Allen has been out for the expected four weeks for his minor knee surgery. He was reported being close to a return in Week 5, but Sean McVay was hesitant to activate the starting center. While he is a candidate to return this week, be mindful of the bye week as that offers a chance to get players fully healthy for Week 8. It also would allow the Rams to test out the ability of Matt Skura.
Sean McVay said center Brian Allen is close to coming back from the knee injury that has sidelined him three games: "He is making good progress. Whether that’s this week or the following week, we’re kind of keeping all options open and available." #Rams— Gilbert Manzano (@GManzano24) October 4, 2022
- Cobie Durant, CB (Grade 1 Hamstring)
Similar to Brian Allen, Cobie Durant is close to a return from a Grade 1 hamstring pull.
LA could probably activate him, but elect to keep him on the sidelines in case of
emergency, allowing Ramsey, Kendrick, Haley, and Rochell to see the majority of snaps.
- David Long Jr, CB (Groin)
Long has now missed three games from a groin pull sustained in practice before
Arizona. Either him or Durant should be active this week against Carolina.
- Taylor Rapp, S (Ribs)
Coach McVay originally expected Rapp to play in Week 5 versus Dallas. He was downgraded to questionable later in the week and ultimately made inactive. Expect the four-year safety to return this week.
- Quentin Lake, S (Knee)
A new name worth watching: Lake is eligible to come off the Physically Unable to
Perform list this week. However, where he is at in his recovery progress is TBD.
- Daniel Hardy, EDGE (Ankle)
Hardy is eligible to come off the IR after his high ankle sprain. He should be cleared
either this week or for Week 8.
Rams players on Injured Reserve…
- Kyren Williams, RB (Fractured Ankle)
- Van Jefferson, WR (Knee)
- Logan Bruss, OG (ACL and MCL)
- David Edwards, OG (Concussion)
- Tremayne Anchrum, OG (Fractured Fibula)
- Coleman Shelton, C (Ankle)
#Rams HC Sean McVay told reporters that C Coleman Shelton (started last night) has a high ankle sprain and is out 4-6 weeks. Safety Jordan Fuller has a hamstring injury and is out 2-4 weeks. Injuries keep mounting for LA.— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) October 4, 2022
- Travin Howard, ILB (Groin)
- Troy Hill, CB (Groin)
- Jordan Fuller, S (Hamstring)
Should the Rams offensive line in Week 6 be: LT: Noteboom LG: Aboushi C: Skura RG: Jackson RT: Havenstein
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