ST. LOUIS, MO - SEPTEMBER 11: Steven Jackson #39 of the St. Louis Rams runs for a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles at the Edward Jones Dome on September 11, 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Eagles defeated the Rams 31-15. (Photo by Jeff Curry/Getty Images)
Steven Jackson's quad injury is still a game-time decision for the St. Louis Rams ahead of Week 3 vs. the Baltimore Ravens.
Steven Jackson will be a game-time decision for the second game in a row Sunday, as it looks like the St. Louis Rams won't be able to count on their star running back until just before their Week 3 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. With Cadillac Williams, his backup, also dinged up, and Jerious Norwood still unproven coming back from some devastating injuries, the Rams could use Jackson, even if he's not at full strength, but with the possibility of his returning too early and aggravating the Week 1 quad injury still on the table, he's still questionable.
Williams, linebacker Ben Leber, and defensive end C.J. Ah You join Jackson on the questionable list, while Danny Amendola is somehow doubtful instead of out following his elbow dislocation, and Greg Salas and tight end Michael Hoomanawanui look probable to join Sam Bradford's flying circus Sunday at 3:05.
The Ravens, meanwhile, will be without the services of Lee Evans, their new deep threat, and rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith, both out with ankle problems. For live updates on the St. Louis Rams' injury report, along with reports on the game in progress, subscribe to this storystream or like it on Facebook.