St. Louis Rams Injury Report, Week 10: Rams Missing 13 Players From Wednesday Practices

The St. Louis Rams are going to Cleveland to play the Browns this weekend, and they won't be doing so at anything near full strength. Injuries have been a constant issue for the Rams all season long, an experience that they actually share with the injury-riddled Browns. Just like Cleveland, the Rams listed 13 different players on their injury report for Wednesday's practices. That list can be found here, but it's shown below.

Did Not Participate

- WR Danario Alexander

- OT Jason Smith

- RB Jerious Norwood

- TE Lance Hendricks

- LB Josh Hull

- LB Bryan Kehl

- DE Eugene Sims

Limited Participation

- QB Sam Bradford

- RB Steven Jackson

- DE C.J. Ah You

- DT Gary Gibson

- DT Darell Scott

- S Darian Stewart

It's a long list, and every single player listed either didn't participate on Wednesday or participated on a limited basis. The big names are primarily on offense, Bradford, Jackson, Alexander and Smith,

For more on Sunday's game, check out Turf Show Times, SB Nation's St. Louis Rams blog, and Dawgs By Nature, SB Nation's Cleveland Browns blog.

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