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According to NFL Network’s Stacey Dales, Rams’ RB Steven Jackson is active and will play today vs the Bears. Jackson’s mysterious second half absence in last week’s win over Washington raised red flags as it was not clear whether the veteran was benched following an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty or if he was battling a groin injury. Regardless, Jackson is active and should see the majority of the touches but because of Daryl Richardson’s effectiveness last week, Jackson is not a reliable fantasy back in Week 3.
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St. Louis Rams RB Steven Jackson was held out of practice Friday, and will be listed as questionable for Sunday’s game, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Jackson has missed time with a groin injury in practice this week, after not being able to finish last week’s win over the Redskins. “I’m not...
St. Louis halfback Steven Jackson was able to play Sunday versus Chicago but he wasn't all that effective. He tallied a mere 29 yards rushing on 11 attempts.Fantasy Spin:The Rams had to air the ball out in the second half because they were down by two scores but even before St. Louis abandoned the ground game, Jackson didn't look very impressive. He'll need a heck of...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Steven Jackson's status is day to day after the nine-year veteran sat out his second consecutive practice Thursday with a groin injury.
The same problem forced him to miss most of St. Louis' 31-28 victory over Washington on Sunday and he is a game-time decision for Sunday's game at Chicago.
"I've played with worse injuries before," Jackson...
Running back Steven Jackson is active for the Rams and will play against Chicago on Sunday after leaving last week's game with a groin injury, according to the NFL Network. Jackson didn't practice all week and was officially listed as questionable. Rookie seventh-round pick Daryl Richardson replaced Jackson last week and is expected to be his top backup against the Bears...
The St. Louis Rams will visit the Chicago Bears this afternoon in a game which will likely see both teams take the field without their starting running backs. The Bears have already ruled RB Matt Forte out for Sunday’s game but questions remain about RB Steven Jackson. Stacey Dales of the NFL Network is reporting this morning however that don’t be surprised if Jackson does not...
Stacey Dales of NFL Network reports Rams running back Steven Jackson will play Sunday against Chicago. Jackson had been listed as questionable with a groin injury.Fantasy Spin:It will be interesting to see how cautious the Rams will be with Jackson's workload on Sunday, especially after Daryl Richardson blew up for 58 yards on just nine carries last week against Washington.
Steven Jackson left the game and did not return last week against the Redskins for reasons many thought were related to a penalty. However, the Rams denied that was the reason and denied a benching at all saying Jackson left the game with a groin injury. Almost a week later, that appears to be true and Jackson is reportedly going to be a game time decision. The good news for his...
I’m feeling my age Juan…
Heading into the season Steven Jackson looked to be in exceptional shape as he dropped to 5% body fat (same as me) and was ready to make some noise in Jeff Fisher’s run heavy offense. He’s just not getting it done, whether it’s the injury or whatever, 11/29 today was disappointing since he was healthy enough to suit up.
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Rams running back Steven Jackson is suffering from a groin injury. He did not practice all week.
Stacey Dales of NFL Network reports Jackson is a game time decision, but close team source says "you can speculate" he won't go. The Rams have two games in eleven days after today. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
St. Louis running back Steven Jackson (groin) is a game-time decision for Sunday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.Fantasy Spin:The running back will be evaluated during pre-game warmups before the team makes a final decision. The Rams play at 1 p.m. ET so we'll know soon whether Jackson will be active. If Daryl Richardson starts fantasy owners should get the rookie in their...
After missing an entire week of practice with a groin injury, St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson is listed as questionable for Sunday's Week 3 matchup with the Chicago Bears, according to an announcement made by the team on Friday morning.
Jackson said he felt tightness in the second quarter of the Rams Week 2 game against the Washington Redskins, and left the game...
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson didn't practice for the third straight day today.
Coach Fisher said Jackson will be listed as questionable on the injury report. and a decision to whether he plays will be made closer to game time. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
Sam Bradford absorbed six sacks and Steven Jackson rushed for just 29 yards. The St. Louis offense, so potent the first two weeks, found no holes in Week 3.
The 23-6 loss at Chicago was an uncomfortable flashback to 2011, when the Rams were at the bottom of the NFL with a 12-point scoring average.
The Rams were largely betrayed by a patchwork line minus the projected starter at...
In one league I left myself perilously thin at running back and have to start Steven Jackson, after getting outbid on Andre Brown. It's a 16-teamer, so the waiver wire is brutal. So I ask you, who is this week's Andre Brown? Who will we all be bidding on?
Other players I'm wary of but have to play this week in various leagues: Marques Colston, Jamaal Charles (actually...
Steven Jackson is game-time decision with groin injury
Jackson groin injury seems to be more mettling than initially let on as Jeff Fisher has pushed his decision to play him right before game time. I would have serious concerns about starting Jackson this week before his injuries concern, with both his matchup against the Bears defense and Daryl Richardson’s role in offense....