Who’s In, Who’s Out: St. Louis Rams vs San Francisco 49ers Final Injury Report


The St. Louis Rams will play the division rival San Francisco 49ers this week on primetime on Monday Night Football. This will be the first meeting between the two teams this season as well as the Rams’ first division game. Both teams are dealing with their share of injuries. Here’s the report:

St. Louis Rams

CB Trumaine Johnson – Knee – DNP – OUT

CB Brandon McGee – Foot – DNP – OUT

DE Alex Carrington – Knee – DNP – Questionable

C Barrett Jones – Back – Limited – Questionable

RB Chase Reynolds – DNP – Questionable

LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar – Groin – Limited – Questionable

WR Kenny Britt – Knee – Full – Probable

DE Eugene Sims – Groin – Full – Probable

RB Zac Stacy – Calf – Full – Probable

As it was previously thought, Zac Stacy looks like he will be good to on Monday Night and even if he isn’t 100%, Benny Cunningham has done a great job filling in for Stacy. Chase Reynolds was added to the report later in the week, but aside from that the Rams don’t seem to be dealing with any major injury that they hadn’t previously been dealing with.

San Francisco 49ers

CB Tramaine Brock – Toe – DNP – OUT

T Anthony Davis – Knee/Ankle – DNP – Questionable

TE Vernon Davis – Back – Limited – Questionable

C Marcus Martin – Knee – Limited – Questionable

LB Nick Moody – Hamstring – Limited – Questionable

DE Tony Jerod-Eddie – Shoulder – Full – Probable

DE Justin Smith – Not Injury Related – Full – Probable

DE Ray McDonald – Knee – Full – Probable

DT Ian Williams – Ankle – Full – Probable

P Andy Lee – Right Ankle – Full – Probable

CB Chris Cook – Quadricep – Full – Probable

For the 49ers and star tight end Vernon Davis, multiple reports have said that Davis is set to play Monday Night against the Rams. Reportedly he has been pain free during practice. The 49ers tight end has been dealing with injuries all season and looks to be getting back healthy. That is the only major injury that the 49ers have been dealing with Aside from Navarro Bowman.

That is going to do it for this weeks injury report. In a rivalry game such as this, its good to know injuries won’t play in as a major factor. Monday’s matchup should be a good one.