St. Louis Rams will be without injured starters on Sunday vs. Arizona Cardinals

The St. Louis Rams will be without some key starters on Sunday against the visiting Arizona Cardinals.

It appears the St. Louis Rams got only slightly healthier this week in advance of their rematch with the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. 

The Rams (4-7) are expected to get rookie right tackle Rob Havenstein back from a calf injury that has ailed him in recent weeks, but is expected to be without three key starters.

Defensive end Robert Quinn, cornerback Trumaine Johnson and kicker Greg Zuerlein are doubtful for Sunday’s game, meaning Eugene Sims, Marcus Roberson and Zach Hocker will likely step into those starting roles vs. Arizona. 

Quarterback Case Keenum still hadn’t passed the concussion protocol as of Friday, so he will either be the second or third quarterback behind Nick Foles against the Cardinals depending on whether he is cleared on Saturday. 

Here’s a quick look at the injury report for both teams… 

St. Louis Rams

PLAYER POS INJURY WED THURS FRI FRI STATUS
Robert Quinn DE Back DNP DNP DNP Doubtful
Andrew Donnal T Knee DNP DNP DNP Doubtful
Trumaine Johnson CB Thigh DNP DNP DNP Out
Greg Zuerlein K Right hip DNP DNP DNP Doubtful
Case Keenum QB Concussion Limited Limited Limited Questionable
Rob Havenstein T Calf Full Full Full Probable

Arizona Cardinals

PLAYER POS INJURY WED THURS FRI FRI STATUS
Andre Ellington RB Toe DNP DNP DNP Out
Jerraud Powers CB Calf DNP DNP DNP Out
Cory Redding DT Ankle DNP DNP DNP Doubtful
Frostee Rucker DT Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out
John Brown WR Hamstring Limited Limited Limited Probable
Larry Fitzgerald WR Ankle Limited Limited Full Probable
Michael Floyd WR Hamstring Limited Limited Limited Questionable
Tony Jefferson S Thigh Limited Limited Full Probable
Ed Stinson DT Groin Limited Full Full Probable
Jonathan Cooper G Knee Full Full Full Probable
Patrick Peterson CB Ankle Full Full Full Probable

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