Rams injury report: Kupp and Edwards questionable, Lewis out vs. Packers

Cameron DaSilva
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Sean McVay announced before Thursday’s practice that John Wolford has already been ruled out for this weekend’s game against the Packers, meaning Jared Goff will get the start at quarterback. He also said that Cooper Kupp and David Edwards will be monitored leading up to Saturday’s game, with their statuses remaining uncertain.

Both Kupp and Edwards are listed as questionable to play against the Packers. Aaron Donald was a non-participant on Tuesday and Wednesday, but he’s good to go for the game, carrying no injury designation into Saturday’s matchup.

Additionally, Terrell Lewis has been ruled out with an ankle injury after missing the entire week of practice. Goff was a full participant each day and is good to go for this weekend’s game.

If Edwards is unable to play, it’ll be Bobby Evans stepping in at left guard once again. He did a good job in relief against the Seahawks and there’s no reason to believe he can’t do the same again on Saturday.

The Rams hope Kupp can play, but if not, Van Jefferson’s role would presumably grow in his absence, just as it did in Week 17 against Arizona when Kupp was out due to COVID-19.

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