The St. Louis Rams have released Friday's injury report via their official Twitter account:
@STLouisRams: Official injury report: Out-WR Danario Alexander (hamstring),TE Lance Kendricks (foot),RB Jerious Norwood (hamstring),T Jason Smith (head).
@STLouisRams: Questionable: LB Josh Hull (hamstring), QB Sam Bradford (ankle), LB Bryan Kehl (ankle), DE Eugene Sims (shoulder), DE James Hall (knee).
@STLouisRams: Probable: DE C.J. Ah You (calf), DT Darell Scott (head), RB Steven Jackson (foot), DT Gary Gibson (hip), S Darian Stewart (ankle).
Most notable on the injury report is RB Steven Jackson, but Rams fans have little to worry about their star running back as the Rams have confirmed he should be able to play this Sunday:
@STLouisRams: RB Steven Jackson has been on injury report with a sore foot. Team took precaution this week but he too is fine and ready for Sunday.
Rams QB Sam Bradford appears to be ready to play also, though he was limited in practice this week and is still listed as probable.
The other notable injuries include starting DE James Hall, who got a sack/safety combo in last week's loss to the Arizona Cardinals, who appears unlikely to play, and starting right tackle Jason Smith, who has already been ruled out.
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