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Rams receiver Danny Amendola (heel) didn't practice Friday but was finally out of the walking boot. He's still doubtful for Sunday's game against the 49ers, but will try it out in warmups.Fantasy Spin:Amendola was considered highly unlikely to play last Sunday morning but ended up starting against the Cardinals. Unfortunately, he lasted about seven plays. We wouldn't take the risk in Week 13, even if he's able to play again.
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The St. Louis Rams faced San Francisco on Sunday without wide receiver Danny Amendola. Amendola was declared inactive before the game by the Rams because of a foot injury. After sitting out of practice during the week, there was hope that he would play against the 49ers after a walking boot was removed Friday. Amendola missed most of last Sunday's win over Arizona and was...
Danny Amendola, the St. Louis Rams' leading receiver, is not active against the San Francisco 49ers with a right heel and foot injury.
Amendola has not practiced the last two weeks but played in a limited role last week, getting seven snaps and catching one pass for 38 yards in a victory at Arizona. Rookie Chris Givens starts at wide receiver Sunday in place of Amendola.
After the St. Louis Rams, despite a lackluster offensive effort, beat the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome in a thrilling 16-13 overtime win, many are wondering if the Rams could still make the playoffs.
With a 5-6-1 record, the Rams certainly are still in the playoff hunt and are in contention for a wildcard bid.
Mathematically, the Rams still have a chance...
(Eds: Updates with quotes, details. With AP Photos.) The word ''playoffs'' isn't being mentioned often around the St. Louis Rams' training facility unless asked by an outsider.
''This team is focused on Buffalo. It's our next opponent,'' coach Jeff Fisher said Monday at his weekly media gathering at Rams Park. ''There's too...
A second quicker on this play, another body on the line of scrimmage in that play, and the St. Louis Rams would have upset powerful San Francisco, a signature win in Year 1 of Jeff Fisher's rebuilding program. Instead, earlier this month the teams played to the NFL's first tie in four seasons.Think that didn't get the 49ers attention? You bet it did.
The St. Louis Rams under Jeff Fisher are no longer doormats to be stomped on by the rest of the league.
As the St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers get set to square off at the Edward Jones Dome on Sunday, a lot of attention is being paid to the 24-24 tie the two teams played to three weeks ago in San Francisco.
The first match-up between the division rivals was a classic and was so close mainly because of the play of the two running backs.
Rams running back Steven Jackson and...
Jeff Fisher apologized for predicting an entirely different game after the St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers went to overtime for the second time in three weeks.
No apology necessary after the Rams bounded off the field in a mood to celebrate instead of tying again.
''Wow,'' Fisher said after rookie Greg Zuerlein kicked a 54-yard field goal with 26 seconds...
Wow, what a game. It may not have been the prettiest St. Louis Rams win ever, but it certainly was the grittiest. Notwithstanding all of the things that did not go well for the Rams, they still found a way to pull out a victory over the hated San Francisco 49ers. I realize that many Bradford bashers are all over him for failing to score a touchdown, but I plan to write an article...
A late fourth-quarter fumble as the San Francisco 49ers were trying to run out the clock against the St. Louis Rams cost them the lead and game on Sunday.
The Niners were leading the Rams 10-2 with around three minutes left in the game and had a 3rd-and-3 at their 17. They ran an option, but quarterback Colin Kaepernick botched his pitch to receiver Ted Ginn Jr., who was lined up...
Handing out grades to the 49ers while breaking down every unit of the team for its performance in a stunning 16-13 overtime loss to the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome.
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.
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