St. Louis Rams-Minnesota Vikings Injury Report

The St. Louis Rams and Minnesota Vikings could both be missing some key players due to injury on Sunday.

The St. Louis Rams have some key injuries going into their game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. 

Four Rams (4-3) starters, including three on the defense, did not practice on Friday: left defensive end Chris Long has been ruled out against the Vikings with a knee injury, while right defensive end Robert Quinn, strong safety T.J. McDonald and rookie right tackle Rob Havenstein are officially questionable. William Hayes, who starts in place of Long, was limited for Friday’s practice and is also questionable for Sunday. 

The Vikings (5-2) had 12 players on their injury report this week and have already ruled out linebacker Eric Kendricks, defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd and defensive end Justin Trattou. Linebacker Anthony Barr is questionable.

Here’s a look at the official injury report… 

ST. LOUIS RAMS

PLAYER POS INJURY WED THURS FRI FRI STATUS
Chris Long DE Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
Robert Quinn DE Knee DNP DNP DNP Questionable
William Hayes DE Thigh DNP DNP Limited Questionable
Tre Mason RB Ankle Limited Limited Full Questionable
Chase Reynolds RB Thigh DNP DNP Limited Questionable
Rob Havenstein T Ankle DNP DNP DNP Questionable
T.J. McDonald S Foot Limited DNP DNP Questionable

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

Anthony Barr LB Low back DNP DNP Full Questionable
Joe Berger C Chest DNP Limited Full Probable
Eric Kendricks LB Ribs DNP DNP DNP Out
Sharrif Floyd DT Knee/Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out
Stefon Diggs WR Hamstring DNP Limited Full Probable
Justin Trattou DE Foot Limited Limited Limited Out
Everson Griffen DE Foot Limited Limited Full Probable
Tom Johnson DT Neck Limited Full Full Probable
Audie Cole LB Knee Limited Full Full Probable
Rhett Ellison TE Finger Full Full Full Probable
T.J. Clemmings T Neck Full Full Full Probable
Harrison Smith S Neck --- Limited Full Probable

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