Danny Amendola injury: Rams WR hampered by ankle in practice

Scott Rovak-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Danny Amendola, fresh off a touchdown catch in St. Louis's Week 4 win over Seattle, was limited in practice Monday with an ankle injury.

With just a few days between St. Louis's 19-13 win Sunday over Seattle and a Thursday night game against Arizona, the Rams got back to work Monday.

Limited in practice, though, was wide receiver Danny Amendola. He is listed with an ankle injury.

Amendola leads the Rams with 31 catches and 351 yards, and is tied for the team lead with two touchdown receptions. One of those catches came in the form of a fake field goal in Sunday's win.

Placekick holder and punter Johnny Hekker hit Amendola on a two-yard touchdown pass without a Seahawks defender within 10 yards. Amendola had time to catch the ball – thrown slightly high – land and watch the Seahawks catch up to him.

He didn't appear to injure his ankle on the play, and no word was given by Rams coach Jeff Fisher on the probability of Amendola suiting up Thursday night.

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