There are virtually no injury concerns for the St. Louis Rams for this weekend. Only three players were listed on the team's injury report for Wednesday's practice: Wide receiver Austin Pettis, defensive end Eugene Sims, and safety Darian Stewart.
Pettis is the only player of the three who has seen any real playing time with the Rams this season, getting a few snaps in a crowded group of receivers. His season got off to a slow start, thanks to two missed games because of a suspension for violating the league's performance-enhancing drugs policy. Sporadic playing time has marked his year, though he did catch a touchdown in last week's tie with San Francisco. Pettis also committed a penalty in overtime, however, that wiped out a 79-yard play. He put in a limited practice because of a toe injury.
Sims, who hasn't played since Oct. 21 against Green Bay, also had a limited practice. The defensive end suffered a knee injury against the Packers and hasn't seen the field since. Before the injury, he'd contributed a sack and five tackles in limited time. Stewart also hasn't seen much time. He was limited with a knee injury as well.