Rams vs. Packers injury report: No surprises for St. Louis on Wednesday

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No (new) news is good news in the case of the St. Louis Rams, who don't have any surprises on their initial Week 7 injury report.

St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher told the media on Monday that the team came out of its loss to the Miami Dolphins with no injuries to discuss, and that is reflected on the Rams' initial Week 7 injury report, which was released on Wednesday.

WR Danny Amendola (shoulder), LB Mario Haggan (thigh), T Wayne Hunter (back), CB Janoris Jenkins (back) and T Roger Saffold (knee) were all listed as non-participants for Wednesday's practice. Saffold, along with center Scott Wells, who is on injured reserve with a fractured foot, are nearing the point of reevaluation, Fisher said on Monday.

This weekend, the Rams will face a banged-up Green Bay Packers squad that was without WR Greg Jennings (groin), LB Nick Perry (knee), DT B.J. Raji (ankle) and CB Sam Shields (shin/ankle) in Wednesday's practice. And, while they did make an appearance, quarterback Aaron Rodgers (calf) and tight end Jermichael Finley (shoulder) were limited participants.

The Rams and Packers are scheduled to kickoff at noon CT on Sunday from the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri.

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