Rams vs. Vikings injury report: St. Louis is healthy against Minnesota

Christian Petersen

The Rams are looking to be the healthiest they have been all season.

The St. Louis Rams released their injury report on Friday, and the team looks to be healthy heading into their Week 15 game against the Minnesota Vikings. There are eight players listed, but they are all probable this weekend.

While everyone is listed as probable, there were five players who were limited or did not practice at all. So, there is a chance for those players, like defensive back Cortland Finnegan (ankle) and linebacker James Laurinaitis (back), could have a chance of not seeing the field on Sunday since they did not practice on Friday.

Wide receiver Danny Amendola (foot) and running back Steven Jackson (foot) were both limited in Friday's practice for precautionary reasons. They are both expected to play against the Vikings.

Here is the complete Friday injury report:

Cortland Finnegan CB Ankle Did Not Participate In Practice Probable
Scott Wells C Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable
Mario Haggan LB Elbow Full Participation in Practice Probable
Mike McNeill TE Thigh Limited Participation in Practice Probable
Danny Amendola WR Foot Limited Participation in Practice Probable
Steven Jackson RB Foot Limited Participation in Practice Probable
Craig Dahl S Head Full Participation in Practice Probable
James Laurinaitis LB Back Did Not Participate In Practice Probable

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