Lance McCutcheon and Terrell Lewis both dealing with injuries entering Week 13

It’s been a season of injuries for the Los Angeles Rams in 2022, and now even their backups are getting hurt. Sean McVay updated reporters on the team’s injuries Monday, sharing that both Lance McCutcheon and Terrell Lewis came out of the loss to the Chiefs banged up.

McVay said McCutcheon has a shoulder injury, which caused him to leave the game and not return. McVay described the injury as an AC sprain, so he’ll be day-to-day leading up to Sunday’s matchup with the Seahawks.

Lewis injured his back in the loss, which is why he played fewer snaps than normal.

“He had a little bit of a disc bulge, L5-S1, that kind of limited his ability to be able to move around and function and have that flexibility,” McVay said.

McCutcheon is helping fill in at wide receiver with Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson sidelined, but he wasn’t a starter against the Chiefs. He did play a career-high 26 snaps, however.

Lewis is one of three edge rushers left on the roster with Justin Hollins gone, so the Rams need him to be available moving forward. Michael Hoecht stepped up and played more on the edge in place of Hollins and Lewis.

Story originally appeared on Rams Wire