The Los Angeles Rams have now released their first injury report of Week 10 ahead of their Sunday road game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Wednesday offering shows that three players sat out practice earlier in the day and that three other players were limited in the session.
Not practicing for the Rams on Wednesday were wide receiver Brandin Cooks (concussion), linebacker Bryce Hager (shoulder) and defensive tackle Tanzel Smart (illness).
Cooks has already been ruled out for the Rams Sunday game against the Steelers. Hager hasn’t played in the last two games so he might miss the game on Sunday against the Steelers as well.
Limited for the Rams in practice on Wednesday were running back Malcolm Brown (ankle), outside linebacker Clay Matthews (jaw) and tackle Andrew Whitworth (not injury related).
Brown, who has missed the Rams last two games, is expected to play against the Steelers while Matthews, who has missed the last three games, could likely return to action on Sunday as well. Whitworth is expected to play against the Steelers.