NFL injury report: Rams' Danny Amendola returns

Thearon W. Henderson

Danny Amendola returned from a clavicle injury that sidelined him for over a month on Sunday, and played a key part in St. Louis' 24-24 tie.

St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola returned to action on Sunday, and made quite an impact during St. Louis' 24-24 tie against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 10.

Amendola's appearance in Sunday's game was his first since Oct. 4, when he injured his clavicle against the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football.

Despite the time off, Amendola picked up right where he left off, as Rams quarterback Sam Bradford targeted Amendola 12 times. Amendola finished the game with 11 receptions for 102 yards -- and had a 70+ yard reception called back in overtime because of an illegal procedure penalty on the Rams.

Both Chris Givens and Janoris Jenkins missed Sunday's game against San Francisco, but per NBC's Pro Football Talk, their absence was due to a missed curfew. Instead of participating in St. Louis' Week 10 affair against San Francisco, Givens and Jenkins ran stairs at Candlestick Park as punishment.

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