LA Rams Injury update: Brown, Akers, Williams, Noteboom injured, but will be back
The Rams of LA came out with a win in their first road game. But the game has taken its toll on the Rams. Los Angeles Rams lost rookie as running back Cam Akers in the first trimester. Later in the game, the offensive left guard Joseph noteboom came hobbling. Two starters, two injuries. The Rams got over their absence, but by the end of the game everyone wanted to know what
After 2019, the Rams are allowed to take as many gasps for air and shocked faces whenever a player is involved in any injury. The team suffered 20 injuries on a roster of 53 men last year. And some players, like the left offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth, played injured. How can I know? He underwent corrective surgery immediately after the season.
Summary of Injury Update
So who is away now and for how long? Well, let’s start with the familiars. We know the linebacker inside Travin howard came out this season and that offensive tackle Chandler Brewer chose not to participate. Before the second week, a veteran attacks the nose A’Shawn Robinson is on injury reserve for at least six weeks and rookie outside linebacker Terrell Lewis is on injury reserve for at least three weeks. Now that you’ve all caught up, let’s talk about the latest round of bumps and bruises for the team.
Rams have updated injury status for four players, according to therams.com’s Stu Jackson. The first injury was that of left offensive guard Joseph Noteboom. According to the report, Noteboom suffered from a grade 2 calf strain. According to BostonSportsMedicine.com, this type of injury indicates partial tearing of muscle tissue and may require three to six weeks of rest and recovery before resuming activity. complete. Due to the time needed to heal, the team are considering placing him on the reserve casualty list. Noteboom will not be active for the Buffalo Bills game. In his place, the Rams will likely start last year’s starting left guard David Edwards.
It seems more painful than debilitating
Rookie running back Cam Akers has the next “most serious” injury. He suffers from a separated costal cartilage. It is a day-to-day injury and will heal on its own if it is well rested and cared for. The most disturbing symptoms are pain and tenderness, which can be triggered by coughing, laughing, or even deep breathing. Treatment for rib injuries begins with medication for pain relief, then ice packs to reduce swelling for tenderness. As the team list the Akers day by day, The recovery from the Tufts Medical Center website can take three to four weeks to heal.
That brings us to the last two injured players. By Greg Beachum, returning veteran Malcolm brown reset a broken pinky finger and should be okay to go this week against the Buffalo Bills. Likewise, by Stu Jackson, cornerback Darious williams suffered from a flare-up of Achilles tendonitis. He’ll have a chance to rest this week, but should be in full swing when the Rams face the Bills this Sunday.
The Rams make another trip to the East Coast this week as the Rams take on AFC frontman East Buffalo Bills, the second of five such long-distance tours. For now, it looks like the Rams will face the Bills without NT Robinson, OLB Lewis, LG Noteboom and RB Akers. We will update the status of Rams players daily before the game. Stay tuned!