Found September 25, 2013 on NFL Injury Report:
The St. Louis Rams appear relatively healthy heading into their week 4 divisional matchup with the San Francisco 49ers’, according to their official team web site. Fortunately for fans, that is a luxury their opponent does not have. While a few of their skill position players were limited or non-participants in practice Monday, they were all back to work on Tuesday in some form. Among the players on the Rams practice list Monday were wide receiver Chris Givens and running back Daryl Richardson, who each practiced without limitation on Tuesday. It’s likely that head coach Jeff Fisher was just giving some rest to a few of his starters before their Thursday night game.It wasn’t all good news in St. Louis however. Tackle Rodger Saffold remained sidelined Tuesday with a knee injury. Fellow tackle Joe Barksdale also missed practice Tuesday though it was not injury related. On the defensive side of the ball, it appears the Rams only question mark for week 4 is defensive end William Hayes, who is sidelined with a knee injury. Here is Tuesday’s practice participation report for the St. Louis Rams according to their official team web site:T Joe Barksdale (non-injury related) – Did Not Participate in PracticeWR Chris Givens (knee) – Full Practice ParticipantDE William Hayes (knee) – Did Not Participate in PracticeLB James Laurenaitis (foot) – Full Practice ParticipantT Jake Long (foot) – Full Practice ParticipantFS T.J. McDonald (knee) – Full Practice ParticipantTE Mike McNeill (chest) – Full Practice ParticipantRB Daryl Richardson (foot) – Full Practice ParticipantT Rodger Saffold (knee) – Did Not Participate in PracticeT Chris Williams (foot) – Full Practice ParticipantFollow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?
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