Huge Blow: Los Angeles Rams Reveal Final Injury Report For Dallas Cowboys Game – Injury Tracker

FRIDAY, OCT. 27: INJURY REPORT Both the Los Angeles Rams and the Dallas Cowboys have released their final injury reports for the week, with two days remaining before the teams square off in Week 8 of the NFL.

This is the complete report:

Los Angeles Rams players celebrate running back Malcolm Brown's touchdown during an NFL football game against the Dallas Cowboys, Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020, in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Kyusung Gong Stock Photo - Alamy


• Absent from Participation – OL OL Brian Allen, DT Aaron Donald, and OL Calf Rob Havenstein

• Limited Entrant, or LB WR Ben Skowronek (Achilles), Ernest Jones (knee)

• Complete Participant: OLB Byron Young (knee), DT Larrell Murchison (knee), DB Russ Yeast (hip).


• Tyron Smith, a limited participant (neck)

S Juanyeh Thomas is a full participant (hamstring)

Long is the only Rams player who has been officially ruled out of Sunday’s game; Havenstein, Jones, and Skowronek are all doubtful, and the other players have not yet received a ruling. Smith is currently.


•OL Rob Havenstein did not participate (calf)

• Limited Participant: LB Ernest Jones (knee), WR Ben Skowronek (Achilles), DT Larrell Murchison

• Complete Participant: TE Hunter Long (hamstring), DB Russ Yeast (hip), OLB Byron Young (knee).


• Tyron Smith, a limited participant (neck)

S Juanyeh Thomas is a full participant (hamstring)

Havenstein, who has been the team’s starting right tackle for a considerable amount of time, is the Rams’ biggest addition. Joe Noteboom is expected to take Havenstein’s place if he is unable to travel. Positively, on Thursday, Young and Yeast went from limited to full participation.

OCTOBER 25 THURSDAY INDURANCE REPORT The first injury report for the Los Angeles Rams has been made public ahead of their Sunday game against the Dallas Cowboys.


S Juanyeh Thomas is a full participant (hamstring)

Young and Yeast were the two most noteworthy additions, but the majority of the Rams players on the report were also there last week. With just one player on the report, the Cowboys are remarkably healthy, which is not shocking for a team coming off a bye week.

22 OCT YEAST HURT In their Sunday matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Los Angeles Rams have already suffered injuries on both sides of the ball.

But the biggest injury might have been to safety Russ Yeast, given their deficiency in depth in the secondary.

Following a blindside block by Steelers receiver George Pickens in the first quarter of Sunday’s game, Yeast appeared to have injured his hip but took a while to stand up.

After visiting the medical tent, yeast came out donning the same hip brace that quarterback Matthew Stafford had worn following his injury a few weeks prior against the Indianapolis Colts.

It is currently uncertain if yeast will reappear.

Friday, October 20, Injury Report

For the Rams, wideout Ben Skowronek and linebacker Ernest Jones are listed as QUESTIONABLE, while defensive tackle Larrell Murchison and running back Karen Williams are listed as OUT. Pat Freiermuth, a tight end, is listed as out by the Steelers.


• Limited Entrant, or LB Ernest Jones, DB, knee Ben Skowronek, WR, and Derion Kendrick (achilles)

• DT Aaron Donald, RB Kyren Williams (ankle), OL Brian Allen, and DT Larrell Murchiso did not participate.

• Complete Attendee – NT OL Kevin Dotson (ankle), OL Kobie Turner (shoulder) Noteboom Joe

The Steelers

• Pat Freiermuth, TE, did not participate (hamstring)

• Limited Involvement: N/A

• Complete Collaborator – LB Nick Herbig (quad), OL Dan Moore Jr. (knee), WR Diontae Johnson (hamstring), P Pressley Harvin III (hamstring), RB Anthony McFarland Jr. (knee), LB TJ Watt (heel), and OL James Daniels (groin)

THURSDAY, OCT 19: INJURY REPORT An updated injury report for the Los Angeles Rams and their Week 7 opponent, the Pittsburgh Steelers, is available as we approach game day.

Here is a complete injury report for Thursday:


• DT Larrell Murchiso (knee) and RB Kyren Williams (ankle) did not participate.

• Limited Entrant, or LB OL Joe Noteboom (groin), WR Ben Skowronek (achilles), and Ernest Jones (knee)

• Complete Attendee – NT OL Kevin Dotson (ankle), LB Kobie Turner (shoulder)

The Steelers

• LB T.J. Watt Did Not Take Part (heel)

• Limited Entrant, or LB Nick Herbig, TE (quad) Pat Freiermuth’s hammy

• Complete Participant: RB Anthony McFarland Jr. (knee), WR Diontae Johnson (hamstring), OL Dan Moore Jr. (knee), OL James Daniels (groin)

The only notable changes between the Rams’ report from Wednesday and this one are that Turner went from limited to full participation, and Jones went from DNP to limited.

On the other hand, Watt’s arrival significantly altered the Steelers’ report. It will be interesting to see how the 2021 Defensive Player of the Year plays on Sunday because he only sustained his injury on Thursday. Another major setback for Pittsburgh was that Freiermuth’s participation shifted from full to limited.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, INJURY REPORT Both the Los Angeles Rams and the Pittsburgh Steelers released their first injury reports on Wednesday, as the former is getting ready to host the latter on Sunday.

This is the complete report:


• LB Did Not Take Part DT Larrell Murchison (knee), RB Ernest Jones Karen Williams, DB, ankle Kendrick Derion (personal)

• Limited Participant: OL Joe Noteboom (groin), NT Kobie Turner (shoulder), and WR Ben Skowronek (achilles).

• Participant in Full – OL Kevin

RIVERS TO IR OCT 18 Ronnie Rivers, the backup running back for the Los Angeles Rams, will reportedly miss at least the next four games after the team placed him on injured reserve on Wednesday afternoon.

During the team’s victory over the Cardinals last week, Rivers sprained his PCL.

Despite suffering an injury during the victory over Arizona, starter Kyren Williams will not be placed on injured reserve.

Zach Evans, a rookie, will most likely start in place of Williams and Rivers. The Rams also signed Darrell Henderson and Myles Gaskin, and they promoted Royce Freeman to the active roster.

TOP TWO BACKS OUT ON OCT 16? In their victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sun

Williams, who scored a touchdown and ran for 158 yards against Arizona, sustained an ankle injury late in the game. An MRI is reportedly planned for Monday.

In addition, Rivers will have an MRI on Monday after sustaining what the Rams think is a PCL sprain.

If that’s the case, Rivers might be out for several weeks.

If they are both unable to play against the Steelers on Sunday, rookie Zach Evans might start.

Noteboom Inactive, October 15 The Los Angeles Rams have announced that starting right guard Joe Noteboom will not play against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon.

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