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ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola wore a walking boot and missed a second straight day of practice.
Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer says Thursday that just like last week, it might be a game-day decision whether the team's leading receiver plays against the San Francisco 49ers. Amendola was on the field for just seven snaps last week while nursing a right heel injury and had one catch for 38 yards.
Defensive end Robert Quinn, who leads the team with 8 1-2 sacks, also missed a second straight day of practice with a concussion that was not revealed until the injury report came out Wednesday. Assistant head coach Dave McGinnis hasn't counted out Quinn.
Center Scott Wells also has missed both days of practice with a knee issue, largely to help him recover from his first start since breaking a bone in his left foot in the opener.
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Five St. Louis Rams’ players did not participate in practice
Wednesday, including wide receiver Danny Amendola (foot), running back Stephen
Jackson (foot) and defensive lineman Robert Quinn (concussion), according to
the team’s injury report.
Amendola sat on the sidelines while sporting a walking boot
on his injured left foot yesterday. Even with the boot he was noticeably...
St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola wore a walking boot and missed a second straight day of practice.
Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said Thursday that just like last week, it might be a game-day decision whether the team's leading receiver played against the San Francisco 49ers. Amendola was on the field for just seven snaps last week while nursing a right...
Rams receiver Danny Amendola (heel) didn't practice Friday and is doubtful for Sunday's game against the 49ers. SOURCE: Jim Thomas, St. Louis Post-DispatchFantasy Spin:Amendola was considered highly unlikely to play last Sunday morning but ended up starting against the Cardinals. We wouldn't take the risk in Week 13, even if he's able to play again.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Rams wideout Danny Amendola was unable to practice on Thursday. Amendola has been bothered by a nagging heel injury in recent weeks.Fantasy Spin:Amendola was seen wearing a walking boot on Wednesday and it doesn't look likely that we'll see him on the practice field this week. Amendola will probably be limited if he plays at all Sunday...
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ST. LOUIS (AP) Danny Amendola was pretty much a decoy last week, limited by a heel injury. The St. Louis Rams leading wide receiver was back in a walking boot Wednesday and watching at practice.
Amendola, who has 51 catches and an 11.3-yard average, was optimistic about playing Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers. He was on the field for just seven snaps in last week's victory...
The St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers are set to square off in a rematch of the tie game they played just three weeks ago in Northern California.
Last time around, the Rams shocked everyone by sticking it to the 49ers and had multiple chances to beat the leaders of the NFC West.
The 49ers will be looking for some revenge Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome.
The guys from the...
The St. Louis Rams are not expected to have wide receiver
Danny Amendola when the face off against the San Francisco 49ers today, but
they could have several linemen on each side of the ball, including Robert
Quinn and Scott Wells.
Amendola missed practice all week due to his foot injury.
While he’s doubtful to play against the 49ers, he did manage to suit up last
Wes Welker has had a successful run in a Patriots uniform, but it’s no guarantee that he’ll be back in New England next season.
In fact, The Boston Globe’s Greg Bedard thinks this will be Welker’s final campaign in a Pats uniform. The team placed the franchise tag on the wide receiver prior to the season, and the two sides might not be able to work out a new deal after this...