The Rams entered Sunday's game at Wembley Stadium against the Patriots with quite a few injuries, but did not add to the list during the blowout in London.
The biggest injury that the St. Louis Rams suffered during their 45-7 loss against the New England Patriots was probably the injury to their morale. Beyond the fact that they were blown out by a wide margin at Wembley Stadium, they didn't suffer too many bad injuries to their players, though there were quite a few names who were held out before the game began.
Danny Amendola remains the biggest name on the injury report for the Rams. There were some hopes that he would be able to take the field at Wembley, but he was held out in the end for yet another game following the broken collarbone that he suffered back on Oct. 4.
Tackle Rodger Saffold and DE Eugene Sims were the only two Rams who were listed as being definitely out prior to the game against the Patriots. Fortunately, they and the other banged-up players on the team will have plenty of time to recover before the Rams take on the 49ers on Nov. 11 following their bye week.