Rams vs. Vikings injury report: James Laurinaitis, Cortland Finnegan miss practice

Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE

Rams LB James Laurinaitis and CB Cortland Finnegan joined the usual suspects on the team's initial Week 15 injury report.

The St. Louis Rams had a couple of new additions to their injury report on Wednesday, as linebacker James Laurinaitis (back) and cornerback Cortland Finnegan (ankle) were listed as non-participants.

Laurinaitis and Finnegan were joined by RB Steven Jackson (foot), S Craig Dahl (concussion), TE Mike McNeill (thigh) and C Scott Wells (knee) on the sideline. Dahl still needs to go through the league's testing procedure before being cleared to play.

Wide receiver Danny Amendola (foot) was limited on Wednesday, while linebacker Mario Haggan (elbow) was able to fully participate in practice.

On the Vikings side, cornerbacks Antoine Winfield (knee) and A.J. Jefferson (concussion) missed practice, while star running back Adrian Peterson (abdomen) was listed as a limited participant, along with six other players on the roster.

The Rams and Vikings will kick off noon CT on Sunday from Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Mo. The game will be televised on FOX.

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