Unfortunately injuries are apart of the game and the St. Louis Rams have had to deal with their fair share early on this season. Hopefully the Rams will be able to overcome those injuries and they won’t affect the game too much. Here is the St. Louis Rams and Minnesota Vikings midweek injury report
St. Louis Rams
CB Trumaine Johnson(knee)- DNP
C Barrett Jones(back)- DNP
LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar(shoulder)- Limited
DE William Hayes(chest)- Limited
T Jake Long(knee)- Limited
DE Eugene Sims(knee)- Limited
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RB Zach Line(ankle)- DNP
LB Michael Mauti(foot)- DNP
LB Brandon Watts(knee)- DNP
T Mike Harris(shoulder)- Limited
CB Jabari Parker(shoulder)- Full
WR Rodney Smith(neck)- Full
No surprise with the Rams. Trumaine Johnson sprained his MCL and will be out until after the bye week and then Barrett Jones is dealing with a back injury. Dunbar, Hayes, and Long all should be good to go against the Vikings, but we’ll keep you updated on their injury status on Friday.
As for the Minnesota Vikings, there is nothing too concerning for them. As long as running back Adrian Peterson is healthy they will be fine.
Once again, be sure to come back on Friday when we will have updates on these players injury statuses for the week one showdown in the Edward Jones Dome.