Unfortunately injuries are apart of the game and the St. Louis Rams have had to deal with their fair share early on this season, which continued this week with Chris Long being placed on injured reserve/designated to return. Hopefully the Rams will be able to overcome those injuries these injuries as thats what good teams do.. Here is the St. Louis Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers midweek injury report.
St. Louis Rams
CB Trumaine Johnson(Knee)- DNP
C Barrett Jones(Back)- DNP
DE Chris Long(Ankle)- DNP
QB Shaun Hill(Thigh)- DNP
DB Lamarcus Joyner(Back)- Limited
Shaun Hill’s status for Sunday is still uncertain, but if he is healthy Jeff Fisher says that he will start and that will be the motto throughout the entire season. If he isn’t healthy it will be Austin Davis making his first career NFL start. Joyner was limited in practice, but should be alright for Sunday.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers
CB Rashaan Melvin(Ankle)- DNP
TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins(Ankle)- DNP
DE Michael Johnson(Ankle)- DNP
G Logan Mankins(Knee)- DNP
RB Doug Martin(Knee)- DNP
DE Adrian Clayborn(Elbow)- Limited
T Demar Dotson(Hamstring)- Limited
DE William Gholston(Shoulder)- Limited
S Bradley McDougald(Knee)- Limited
DE Da’Quan Bowers(Abdomen)- Full
Sefarian-Jenkins was still in a walking boot on Wednesday, but according to The Pewter Plank, he is likely to play against the Rams. Martin also missed practice, but is expected to play. Guard Logan Mankins, who the Buccaneers traded for, is uncertain as well, but he could return against the Rams.
Be sure to come back on Saturday for the final injury report for the matchup between the St. Louis Rams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.