Rams vs. Patriots injury report: WR Danny Amendola questionable

Jeff Curry-US PRESSWIRE

The Rams have eight players on their Week 8 injury report, including a pair of backups who are out.

The final injury report for the St. Louis Rams game against the New England Patriots for their game at Wembley Stadium in London has been released, and Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola has been dominating the injury news, due to the possibility of him seeing the field. Amendola broke his collarbone back on Oct. 4, and while he has been recovering well, he is officially listed as questionable against the Patriots.

There are eight other Rams players who are on the injury report and a pair of backups who are out. Left tackle Rodger Saffold and defensive end Eugene Sims are out. Outside of Amendola, there are no other starters listed on the injury report.

Here is Friday's complete injury report:

NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. GAME STATUS
Danny Amendola WR Shoulder LP LP LP Questionable
Matthew Conrath DT Knee LP LP LP Questionable
Brandon Gibson WR Illness DNP FP FP Probable
Mario Haggan LB Thigh DNP LP LP Questionable
Wayne Hunter T Back DNP DNP DNP Questionable
Mike McNeill TE Knee - LP LP Questionable
Rodger Saffold T Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
Eugene Sims DE Knee DNP DNP DNP Out

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