Found November 29, 2012 on
NFL Injury Report:
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
limping, and considering its presence it seems very questionable whether or not
he’ll play this weekend against the San Francisco 49ers. While he was able to
suit up last weekend against the Arizona Cardinals, he was pulled from the
second half due to his injury.
Quinn is suffering from a concussion and must be cleared to
play before he can resume practicing. Jackson rested his foot once again and is
still expected to suit up against the 49ers.
Beyond Amendola, Jackson and Quinn, linebacker Mario Haggan
(elbow) and offensive lineman Scott Wells (knee) also did not practice
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