St. Louis Rams Injury Report: WR Danario Alexander Out, LB Bryan Kehl 'Very Questionable'

The St. Louis Rams have released their injury report for Friday:

Cleared to Play
LB Brady Poppinga
CB Justin King

Questionable
QB Sam Bradford
LB Bryan Kehl

Out
WR Danario Alexander
DT Darell Scott
RT Jason Smith

The Rams' biggest injury news continues to surround quarterback Sam Bradford, who is somewhere between unlikely to questionable for the game this Sunday. Outside of Bradford, the Rams have a growing collection of key injuries for their their Week 9 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.

Linebacker Bryan Kehl continues to nurse his ankle sprain and will probably have his condition determined tomorrow after some tests. According to the official St. Louis Rams Twitter, Kehl is currently "very questionable."

Wide receiver Danario Alexander, who only yesterday appeared on the injury report, has been ruled out following a surprise hamstring problem. Earlier this week, it appeared WR Greg Salas might be strong waiver wire pickup, and with Alexander going down and the porous defense of the Arizona Cardinals awaiting him, Alexander may be a great flex start this week.

For more news on the St. Louis Rams and all things St. Louis sports, stay tuned to SB Nation St. Louis. For more fantasy football updates and tips, keep an eye on SB Nation Fantasy Football.

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