For those of you who won’t be able to make it to the Dome on Sunday for the much-anticipated season opener between the Rams and Eagles, I have some good news for you. The team informed the media on Thursday that the game has officially been sold out and it will be televised locally in the St. Louis area on Fox 2. I never had any doubt that the game would sell out, and frankly I was a little surprised it was actually in question. If anyone still wants to go to the game, there are a small amount of tickets available at places like Ticketmaster.com or the Rams website. The Dome is going to be packed and it’s going to be loud on Sunday, so if you are going to be in attendance, make sure you are ready to get rowdy.
In injury news, Illini Mike is still the only player who didn’t practice today, and all signs point to him being unavailable for Sunday. The Rams haven’t officially ruled him out, but it’s safe to say he isn’t going to be available. Eugene Sims was limited today with his oblique, but it sounds like he should be available on Sunday unless he has a setback in the next few days. James Hall was back on the field in full today while dealing with his back injury, so he should be fine against the Eagles. Philadelphia is almost completely healthy, as Vince Young was the only player to miss practice on Thursday as he deals with a knee injury,
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