Rams vs. Cardinals injury report: WR Danny Amendola is doubtful

Jeff Curry-US PRESSWIRE

The Rams are likely to be without starting wide receiver Danny Amendola when they face the Cardinals on Sunday.

St. Louis Rams starting wide receiver Danny Amendola has been bothered with a foot injury, and was seen in a walking boot this week. Amendola missed practiced once again on Friday, and it he did not practice at all this week, and he is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals.

On offense, starting running back Steven Jackson was limited once again in Friday's practice with a foot injury of his own, but he is listed as probable and is expected to play on Sunday. Starting tight end Lance Kendricks is listed as questionable with a knee injury, and was limited in Friday's practice.

The other players on the injury list are a pair of defensive backups in linebacker Mario Haggan (elbow) and safety Rodney McLeod (calf).

Here is the Rams injury report for Friday:


Lance Kendricks TE Knee Limited Participation in Practice Questionable
Steven Jackson RB Foot Limited Participation in Practice Probable
Mario Haggan LB Elbow Did Not Participate In Practice Out
Rodney McLeod S Calf Did Not Participate In Practice Questionable
Danny Amendola WR Foot Did Not Participate In Practice Doubtful

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