The St. Louis Rams had four injured starters who missed last week’s game practice in a limited capacity on Friday, but the team still isn’t sure if they will be available this Sunday against the Chicago Bears.
Defensive ends Robert Quinn and Chris Long, both out with knee injuries, were able to practice on Friday. Quinn is officially questionable for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears, while Long is listed as doubtful.
Also practicing on Friday were strong safety T.J. McDonald (foot) and right tackle Rob Havenstein (ankle). Both missed last week’s game against the Minnesota Vikings and are officially questionable for this Sunday’s contest.
The Rams (4-4) were without five defensive starters miss last week’s 21-18 overtime loss to the host Minnesota Vikings: cornerback E.J. Gaines (leg), outside linebacker Alec Ogletree (ankle), Quinn, Long and McDonald.
The Bears (3-5) have already ruled wide receiver Eddie Royal (knee) out for Sunday’s game and have eight players listed as questionable.
Here’s a look at the official injury reports for both teams…
ST. LOUIS RAMS
|Todd Gurley||RB||Coach's decison - rest||DNP||Full||Full||Probable|
|Robbie Gould||K||Illness||DNP||Full||---||Will play|