Thousand Oaks, California-The Los Angeles Rams are expected to play with the Arizona Cardinals while parked in the playoffs on Sunday while they will be absent from the backcourt.
Sources confirmed to ESPN that Darrell Henderson suffered a severe ankle sprain in the third quarter of his 20-9 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. The NFL Network first reported the severity of Henderson̵
The Rams rookie who ran back to Cam Akers also suffered a high ankle sprain in Week 15, which prevented him from keeping up with the Seahawks and could play against the controversial Cardinals. confrontation.
In order for the Rams (9-6) to get a playoff spot, they must beat the Cardinals (8-7) at SoFi Stadium, or the Green Bay Packers (12-3) must play for the Chicago Bears (8-7) ) Win.
Quarterback Jared Goff’s quarterback’s availability is still uncertain after removing the thumb of the Seahawks’ thrower late in the third quarter. Sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter (Adam Schefter) that the Rams were worried that Gove had broken his thumb.
Sources told Sheft that Gove was meeting with Dr. Steven Sheen on Monday. Dr. Steven Sheen treated Drew Blaise for a thumb injury last year. Goff needs thumb surgery at some point. The question is when to get it. His identity on Sunday is still uncertain.
If Gove can’t play, then guard John Wolford is expected to make his debut in the NFL game.
The retired veteran Malcolm Brown (Malcolm Brown) may be the only experienced defender. He is mainly used for entry and exit protection and goal situations this season. Brown rushed for 399 yards this season and made 5 touchdowns on 98 carry.
The Rams roster also includes rookie guards Xavier Jones and Raymond Calais. Both of them have contributed to the special team this season.
Rams coach Sean McVay is expected to discuss the injury at a regular press conference on Monday night.