Rams Vs. Bears Injury Report: Steven Jackson Listed As Questionable

After missing an entire week of practice with a groin injury, St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson is listed as questionable for Sunday's Week 3 matchup with the Chicago Bears, according to an announcement made by the team on Friday morning.

Jackson said he felt tightness in the second quarter of the Rams Week 2 game against the Washington Redskins, and left the game shortly thereafter. There was speculation that he might have been benched by head coach Jeff Fisher, but his absence from practice all week would suggest otherwise. Fullback Britt Miller (thigh) and offensive tackle Wayne Hunter (ankle) are also listed as questionable for Week 3.

Defensive tackle Matt Conrath (knee), safety Matt Daniels (hamstring) and offensive tackle Rodger Saffold (knee) are out for Sunday's game, while defensive tackle Michael Brockers is listed as doubtful as he continues to rehab a high ankle sprain.

Kickoff is scheduled for noon CT at Soldier Field and the game will be televised on Fox.

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