The Los Angeles Rams suffered multiple injuries in their loss to theMinnesoata Vikings earlier today.
The secondary took a big hit with both Kayvon Webster and Nickell Robey-Coleman leaving the game with injuries. Robey-Coleman left the game first with a thigh injury, and Webster suffered a concussion later in the game. It is unclear on how long the duo will be out. If neither can suit up for Week 12, the Rams will be extremely thin at cornerback behind Trumaine Johnson.
Robert Woods, who emerged as the teams number one passing option in recent weeks, was carted off the field late in the loss and was seen in a sling after the game. The team doesn’t believe the injury to be too serious. We should find out more on Woods as the week progresses. The Rams do have more depth than usual at the position, but losing Woods for any amount of time would be a huge blow.
The Rams will host the 8-2 New Orleans Saints in Week 12.
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