December 1, 2013; San Francisco, CA, USA; St. Louis Rams tackle Jake Long (77) is looked at by medical staff after an injury against the San Francisco 49ers during the third quarter at Candlestick Park. The 49ers defeated the Rams 23-13. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Rams-Cardinals Game-Day Injuries and Game Statues

Today the St. Louis Rams and the Arizona Cardinals will play in a very important division matchup. Even though the Rams don’t have much to play for, they can certainly spoil the Cardinals hopes for a playoff birth.

At this point in the season, teams deal with injuries that can greatly affect the team, here is the injury report for today’s game.

 

STL
Eugene Sims DE Neck Full Participation in Practice Probable
Jake Long T Concussion Full Participation in Practice Probable
Brandon McGee CB Foot Did Not Participate In Practice Questionable
Daren Bates LB Concussion Full Participation in Practice Probable
Scott Wells C Fibula Did Not Participate In Practice Out
Harvey Dahl G Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable
ARI
Michael Floyd WR Ankle Full Participation in Practice Probable
Dave Zastudil P right Ankle Full Participation in Practice Probable
Rashad Johnson S Ribs Full Participation in Practice Probable
Kevin Minter LB Shoulder Full Participation in Practice Probable
Jim Dray TE Back Full Participation in Practice Probable
Rob Housler TE Ankle Limited Participation in Practice Questionable
Andre Ellington RB Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable
Marcus Benard LB Shoulder Full Participation in Practice Probable
Carson Palmer QB right Elbow Limited Participation in Practice Questionable

Except for Scott Wells expect for most of these guys if not all of them to start including Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer. Palmer may wish he hadn’t played though after Robert Quinn hits him on numerous occasions.

That is the injury report for today’s game. Nothing major considering where we are in the season. Go Rams!

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