CHRIS LONG RUMORS & GOSSIP
ST. LOUIS (AP) Defensive end Chris Long is active for the St. Louis Rams against the New York Giants after he was listed as probable with soreness in his surgically repaired left ankle.
The Giants ruled out running back Rashad Jennings on Friday. Rookie Andre Williams will start Sunday.
Neither team has any other new injury concerns heading into the Rams' home finale.
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The St. Louis Rams will try to play the role of spoilers when they meet division rivals the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday. The Rams have no shot at the playoffs, but the Cardinals are very close to losing the NFC West and could even lose a playoff spot with a few more losses. The Rams are all relatively healthy going into the contest as well. View image | gettyimages.com The...
At this point in the season, players are often dinged up here and there due to wear and tear from playing the world’s most violent sport.
Not the Rams, however. They’ve been doling out most of the punishment of late, rather than taking it (as evidenced by last two shutout victories), and the injury report reflects that. All 53 players on the active roster practiced today in advance...
ST. LOUIS -- Rams defensive end Chris Long woke up Monday morning feeling bruised and sore and achy all over.
And he loved it.
"It was great. I was happy to have that," Long said. "It's good to be this tired and sore. That means you've played in a football game. I hadn't done that in a long time."
It had been 12 long weeks to be exact since Long suffered a left ankle injury in the...
Chris Long is battling back from a nagging early season injury and is just about ready to set foot on a field on Sunday…with his pads on this time. His status for this Sunday against the Oakland Raiders is up in the air.
While Long says he’s itching to get back on the field, he respects head coach Jeff Fisher’s “perspective” on the situation. Fisher is known for being a...
ST. LOUIS -- The potential return of defensive end Chris Long could be just what the Rams need to finish out a favorable schedule for their last five games.
A foot injury coach Jeff Fisher has described as "unique" kept Long out for 10 games, including a 19-17 win at a still-struggling Tampa Bay in Week 2. But that would be the end of weak opponents for St. Louis, thanks...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Chris Long anticipates playing for the first time since the opener for the St. Louis Rams.
Although Shaun Hill's last-minute goal-line interception was costly in last week's three-point loss at San Diego, the defense was shaky after making consistent improvement for several weeks.
Long is a longtime stalwart at defensive end for the Rams, and before undergoing left...
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Chris Long has been out with an ankle injury for what feels like an eternity. In reality, he got injured after the Rams’ disastrous season-opening loss to the Minnesota Vikings.
Now, however, he is being activated from the Injured Reserve/designated to return and seems poised to play this Sunday against his father’s former team, the Oakland Raiders.
Rams must create additional...
Coming off of a bitter loss, (seems to be the motif this year) the Rams got some good news on Wednesday when Chris Long returned to practice.
While it’s unlikely that Long plays against the Broncos this Sunday, this was a good first step in getting back the emotional leader and workhorse of the defense.
After starting in 97 consecutive games since he entered the league in 2008...
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