The St. Louis Rams and Kansas City Chiefs will battle for the Governor’s cup this week in what is always a much anticipated battle. Here is the injury report for this week’s game.
St. Louis Rams
DE William Hayes – Illness – Full – Probable
S T.J. McDonald – Concussion – Full – Probable
WR Kenny Britt – Ankle – Full – Probable
CB Janoris Jenkins – Knee – DNP – Questionable
G Rodger Saffold – Knee – Full – Probable
C Tim Barnes – Shoulder – DNP – OUT
LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar – Toe – Full – Probable
CB Trumaine Johnson – Knee – Full – Questionable
CB Brandon McGee – Foot – DNP – OUT
DE Ethan Westbrooks – Hand – Full – Probable
RB Benny Cunningham – Knee – Full – Probable
K Greg Zuerlein – Ilness – Probable
The real issue here for the Rams is that with Janoris Jenkins likely out Sunday against the Chiefs, it will likely be undrafted rookie Marcus Roberson in his place. Trumaine Johnson just isn’t quite ready to get back, therefore that leaves the Rams with Roberson, E.J Gaines, and Lamarcus Joyner.
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Kansas City Chiefs
WR Donnie Avery – Groin – OUT
WR Junior Hemingway – Hamstring – Limited – Questionable
CB Chris Owens – Knee – DNP – OUT
TE Travis Kelce – Ribs – Full – Probable
S Eric Berry – Ankle – Limited – Questionable
CB Sean Smith – Groin – Full – Probable
RB Cyrus Gray – Hand – Full – Probable
LB Justin Houston – Ankle – Full – Probable
Eric Berry is still questionable and will most likely be a game time decision. Andy Reid has said that Berry looks and feels pretty good however. The Rams will also have to go up against Jamaal Charles who got through all the concussion tests throughout the week.
Thats going to do it for this week’s injury report. The Rams are pretty banged up in the secondary, but will still be looking to win two in a row and move to 3-4.