ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI - NOVEMBER 20: Head coach Steve Spagnuolo of the St. Louis Rams instructs James Laurinaitis #55 also of the St. Louis Rams during a time out against the Seattle Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome on November 20, 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Seahawks beat the Rams 24-7. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
Marquis Johnson will spend Monday in the hospital for precautionary reasons.
St. Louis Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo met with the media on Monday and updated them on the team's injury situation. Among those injuries is what is being referred to as a "bruised abdominal" muscle suffered by cornerback Marquis Johnson:
Cornerback Marquis Johnson has what is being termed a "bruised abdominal" muscle and is in the hospital tonight as a precautionary measure. More will be known tomorrow.
In other Rams injury news, tackle Mark LeVoir will miss 2-4 weeks with a grade one strained pectoral. Spagnuolo also commented that the conditions of running back Cadillac Williams, wide receiver Danario Alexander and tackle Jason Smith.
Linebacker James Laurinaitis woke up Monday with a sore foot and will get an MRI on it. Tight end Lance Kendricks has a mild concussion and Spagnuolo said he hoped to have Kendricks back in practice by Thursday at the latest. Defensive tackle Justin Brennan had an MRI done on his sore shoulder, though the results are not yet known.
Linebacker Josh Hull tweaked a hamstring in Sunday's game and will be out this week. Cornerback Justin King is day-to-day after suffering a sprained ankle and some swelling in his knee. Wide receivers Austin Pettis and Mark Clayton also are day-to-day with sore knees. Defensive end Chris Long is bothered by a sore ankle.
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