The St. Louis Rams came out of their Week 6 loss to the Miami Dolphins reasonably healthy. As expected, the Rams were without wide receiver Danny Amendola on Sunday, as the wide receiver missed the first of many games due to an injury.
Amendola was originally believed to have fractured his collarbone after an injury in St. Louis' Week 5 win over the Arizona Cardinals, but was later diagnosed with a sternoclavicular joint separation. Amendola is expected to be sidelined for at least five more weeks because of the injury.
Matt Conrath, Matt Daniels, Austin Davis, Terrance Ganaway, Mario Haggan and Rodger Saffold were also inactive for the Rams on Sunday.
Rams quarterback Sam Bradford was a late addition to the injury report on Friday with a knee injury, but the former Oklahoma Sooners quarterback made it through Sunday's game unscathed. Bradford passed 26-for-39 for 315 yards in the loss, and did not throw a touchdown or an interception.