Rams-Ravens injury report: Greg Gaines DNP, Lamar Jackson limited

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  • Baltimore Ravens
    Baltimore Ravens
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  • Los Angeles Rams
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  • Greg Gaines
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  • Lamar Jackson
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  • Taylor Rapp
    Taylor Rapp
    American football player (1997-)

For the first time in about a month, the Los Angeles Rams will have a normal week of practice. COVID-19 and inclement weather have caused issues for the Rams this month, while their Monday and Tuesday night games also complicated the team’s practice schedule.

But leading up to Sunday’s game against the Ravens, the Rams will have a full week of practice from Wednesday to Friday. Their injury report to start the week Wednesday had quite a few names, though the Rams should still be relatively healthy on game day. They only held a walk-through to start the week in an attempt to limit the wear on players’ bodies.

Taylor Rapp and Greg Gaines were both held out of practice due to shoulder and hand injuries, respectively. Sean McVay said earlier this week that Gaines should be able to play but he didn’t specify the severity of Rapp’s injury.

Brian Allen was limited by his knee injury, as was Ben Skowronek with a shoulder issue.

For the Ravens, Lamar Jackson was limited by an ankle injury and was limping noticeably in practice. Odafe Oweh, the promising rookie pass rusher, was a non-participant with a foot injury.