Rams vs. 49ers injury report: WR Danny Amendola doubtful with foot injury

Joe Robbins

The Rams could be without starting wide receiver Danny Amendola when they take on the 49ers.

For the second straight week, St. Louis Rams starting wide receiver Danny Amendola is listed as doubtful with a foot injury. Amendola also did not practice at all for the second consecutive week. He did play last week against the Arizona Cardinals, and had just one catch for 38 yards.

The offensive line might take a hit on Sunday as starting right tackle Barry Richardson is questionable with a knee injury, and he was limited for practice on Friday.

Starting defensive end Robert Quinn was able to practice for the first time all week, but he was only able to participate in some of Friday's practice. Quinn said he "should be good to go" on Sunday, but he does not want to rush back if he is not ready.

Running back Steven Jackson was on the injury report this week with a foot injury, but he progressed in practice all week and is listed as probable.

Here is Friday's injury report:

NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. GAME STATUS
Danny Amendola WR Foot DNP DNP DNP Doubtful
Mario Haggan LB Elbow DNP DNP DNP Out
Steven Jackson RB Foot DNP LP FP Probable
Robert Quinn DE Concussion DNP DNP LP Questionable
Barry Richardson OT Knee - - LP Questionable
Scott Wells C Knee DNP DNP LP Questionable

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