St. Louis Rams Injuries: Trumaine Johnson Did Not Participate In Tuesday's Practice

Injuries are starting to pile up for the St. Louis Rams, as rookie cornerback Trumaine Johnson did not participate in Tuesday's practice, joining a slew of other Rams on the sidelines.

Johnson, St. Louis' third-round draft pick, joins fellow secondary members Bradley Fletcher and Darian Stewart on the sidelines.

As of Tuesday, St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher considered Stewart, along with wide receiver Brandon Gibson and Fletcher, to be day-to-day, and that they could all be back for the next game.

That next game will come on Saturday, August 18 when the Rams host the Kansas City Chiefs for St. Louis' first home game of the 2012 season.

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