Rams/Giants Injury report 10/21: DE's Hayes & Quinn QST, DT Brockers OUT, OBJ & CB Apple set to play

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We are getting to closer to the Rams game in London versus the Giants. Unfortunately it looks as though the Rams are going to be missing two starters this week. Here is the injury report for today:


Los Angeles Rams Injury Report

WR Nelson Spruce (calf) DNP DBT

OG Jamon Brown (hand) DNP DBT

DE Robert Quinn (shoulder) Full participation QST

DE William Hayes (ankle) Full participation QST

DT Michael Brockers (thigh) DNP OUT

CB Trumaine Johnson (ankle) DNP OUT


New York Giants Injury Report 

RB Rashad Jennings (thumb) Full participation PRB

WR Odell Beckham Jr. (hip) Limited participation PRB

OT Marshall Newhouse (calf) DNP OUT

DE Olivier Vernon (wrist) Limited participation PRB

LB Keenan Robinson (knee) Limited participation PRB

CB Eli Apple (groin) Limited participation PRB

CB Trevin Wade (ankle) Limited participation PRB

S Darian Thompson (foot) DNP OUT

S Nat Berhe (concussion) DNP OUT

LS Zak DeOssie (ankle) Limited participation QST


Apparently the Giants don’t care what the NFL says about eliminating the “probable” designation seeing as though that was slapped on six of their players on this injury report. Unfortunately for the Rams late adds to the injury report WR Nelson Spruce and OG Jamon Brown are “doubtful” to play this Sunday which is a loss because while Spruce may have been listed inactive anyway, Brown has been playing well as of late. 


Michael Brockers didn’t end up practicing all week and same with Trumaine Johnson who were both ruled out. The Rams injury report is basically just Robert Quinn and William Hayes left so obviously the Rams want them to play as they were full participants in practice all week. The only questionable designation for the Giants is their long snapper Zak DeOssie. 


It looks like rookie Eli apple will make his return to the field after he sat out last week versus the Ravens but the Giants will still be very thin in the secondary with two safeties both out in Nat Berhe due to a concussion and rookie Darian Thompson who has battled a foot injury and hasn’t play since week two.


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