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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Rams Injury Report: Jo-Lonn Dunbar, Austin Pettis, Barrett Jones

By on 10/18/2014 03:02:00 PM

The St. Louis Rams should be in relatively good health when they host the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday:

St. Louis has no players officially listed as out on it's final Week 7 injury report. In addition, the Rams don't expect to have any starters unavailable on Sunday.

The biggest unknown right now is linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar, who is questionable with a thigh injury. Dunbar was able to play through the injury last week and return to limited practice on Friday, so he should be able to play.

Offensive linemen Barrett Jones participated in full practice this week and is listed as probable. Jones had back surgery before the season that could have potentially kept him out for the year, but he appears to be recovering quicker than expected.

Backup center Tim Barnes did not practice this week and is doubtful with a shoulder injury. Defensive tackle Ethan Westbrook missed practice on Wednesday with a hand injury and is questionable.

Defensive backs Trumaine Johnson (knee) and Brandon McGee (foot) are both listed as questionable. Neither is a starter on the Rams defense, but their potential absence could have an impact on special teams.

Wide receiver Austin Pettis didn't practice on Wednesday with an ankle injury but was able to return at full capacity later in the week and is listed as probable. Running back Zac Stacy is also probable with a lingering ankle injury.

Rounding out the injury report, running back Chase Reynolds (thigh) and defensive end Alex Carrington (knee) are both probable.

The Seahawks have several injuries to worry about and issues on the offensive line, so St. Louis will have a chance to upset the defending champs.  

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