Rams injury report: Havenstein (shoulder) limited, Lewis on track to return

Cameron DaSilva
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The Los Angeles Rams held a walk-through on Wednesday afternoon to open Week 16, taking things a little bit easier as the regular season winds down. As a result, players listed on the injury report are merely estimations had the Rams held a regular practice.

Rob Havenstein popped up to start the week, being limited by a shoulder injury. Sean McVay said he expects Havenstein to play against the Seahawks on Sunday, however, so it seems like a minor issue. McVay also noted that Aaron Donald would’ve gotten his usual rest day if the Rams held a full practice.

As for Terrell Lewis, there’s some good news on that front. McVay said “there’s a good chance” Lewis will be back this week against Seattle after missing the last four games. Lewis had swelling in his knee, which needed to be drained prior to Week 12.

Cam Akers has already been ruled out for this weekend due to a high ankle sprain, which could possibly keep him out longer than just one game. Darrell Henderson and Malcolm Brown will get more work in his place Sunday.

OddsMoney LinePoint SpreadTotal Points
LA Rams
+260+6.5O 45.5
Green Bay
-323-6.5U 45.5