Rams LB Micah Kiser (knee) is active for today's game against the Seahawks. That should mean he's back in the starting lineup in place of Troy Reeder. It'll be Kiser's 1st action since Week 11.
Rams ILB Micah Kiser (knee) is questionable for Saturday's game against the Seahawks. He hasn't played since spraining the knee in Week 11 and would thus present risk as an IDP option even if active. Kiser did return to 3 limited practices this week, though. We'd bet on him playing. We'll update his status when inactives come out Saturday. If Kiser still can't get back into the lineup, then Troy Reeder would continue to start in his place.
Rams OLB Leonard Floyd (abdomen) is active for today's game against the Cardinals. He suffered the injury late in the week and could be a risk for re-injury, but Floyd is available if you planned to use him.
The Rams have ruled LB Micah Kiser (knee) out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. They activated him off IR earlier this week, but Kiser clearly isn't yet ready to play. He missed the entire week of practice. That keeps Troy Reeder as your top IDP option among Rams LBs. OLB Leonard Floyd is questionable for the game after sustaining an abdominal injury during the week. He missed Friday's practice after not being listed the previous 2 days. We'll check his status Sunday afternoon.
The Rams have placed DE Michael Brockers on the COVID list. The only way he could make it back to the active roster before Sunday's game would be if Brockers qualifies as a "medium-risk close contact" and tests negative into the weekend. We'd bet on Brockers missing the game, though. That can only help the matchup for Cardinals QB Kyler Murray and the Arizona RBs.
The Rams have activated LB Micah Kiser off IR. Kiser missed the past 5 games with a knee injury. Activating him now, though — especially given injury and COVID impacts at other positions — makes us believe they’ll throw him back into the lineup. Expect Kiser to take his job back from Troy Reeder unless we hear otherwise
The Rams placed LB Micah Kiser on IR this week with a knee injury. That means he'll miss at least the next 3 games, starting with Sunday's 49ers matchup. When Kiser missed Week 5, Troy Reeder took the playing time lead among LBs and racked up 11 tackles and 3 sacks against Washington. He'll be an upside option for IDP lineups over the next 3 games.
Rams S Taylor Rapp left in the 1st half of Sunday's win over the Seahawks with a knee injury. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports that the team believes Rapp suffered an MCL sprain. That's likely to cost him some further time. Rookie S Jordan Fuller jumped back into the starting lineup in his 1st game back from IR (shoulder injury) on Sunday, but Rapp also opened the game on the field. We'll see how they fit together when both back healthy. For now, though, Rapp's injury makes it easy to expect full playing time for Fuller.
Rams OLB Leonard Floyd (knee) is active for today's game against the Seahawks. He's just a low-level IDP option.
The Rams on Monday designated S Jordan Fuller (shoulder) to return from IR. That gives the team a 3-week window for deciding whether to activate him, but the Rams expect to have him back for Sunday's game against the Seahawks. "The hope is and the plan is for him to be ready to roll this week," HC Sean McVay said, according to the team website. We'll hope to get some indication that Fuller will jump back into his starter role. Short of that, though, we'll assume that's the plan for Fuller, who reclaimed his spot from Taylor Rapp after missing a game with the initial shoulder injury.
Rams CB Jalen Ramsey did not play in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins because of an illness. It came as a surprise, as Ramsey was active for the game. HC Sean McVay said afterward that Ramsey woke up feeling sick and they determined around game time that he couldn't play. He said testing found it wasn't COVID related but refused to elaborate on Ramsey's condition otherwise -- other than to say he would be traveling home with the team. The Rams now get a Week 9 bye, so we assume Ramsey should be ready for the next game.
Rams LB Micah Kiser (groin) is questionable for Sunday night's game against the 49ers. Kiser put in limited practices Wednesday and Thursday and then returned to a full practice Friday. That points to him having a good shot to play this week. We'll confirm Kiser's status Sunday. Troy Reeder would be the fill-in if Kiser can't play.
Rams S Jordan Fuller re-injured his right shoulder late in Sunday's win over Washington. The team announced Tuesday that he's headed to IR. It's not yet clear how soon the Rams expect him to return, but Fuller will miss at least the next 3 games. Taylor Rapp will step back into his spot and is worth picking up in most IDP leagues where you start DBs. Elsewhere on the Rams defense, HC Sean McVay said he hopes to get LB Micah Kiser back for Week 6. That would push Week 5 standout Troy Reeder back to a reserve role. We'll keep an eye on Kiser's participation leading up to Sunday night's clash with the 49ers.
Rams LB Micah Kiser (groin) is inactive for today's game against Washington. He leaves no safe LB option available for IDP owners. Kenny Young should be the best bet for playing time behind him, as the other regular starter. But Rams coaches may elect to keep him at his normal limited playing time. Troy Reeder looks like the best bet to join the lineup. CB Troy Hill (ankle) is active after hitting the day questionable.
Rams CB Troy Hill (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against Washington. HC Sean McVay expects him to be ready to play, though, according to Jordan Rodrigue of The Athletic. We'll see about Hill's official status Sunday morning.
Rams LB Micah Kiser (groin) is questionable for Sunday's game against Washington. He made it back for a limited practice Friday after sitting out the 1st 2 days. Kiser looks pretty risky as an IDP option, even if he's active. We'll check his status Sunday morning, though. If he's out, Kenny Young and Troy Reeder look like the best options to start. It's tough to know whether either would see Kiser's full-time snaps, though.
Rams LB Micah Kiser left Sunday's win over the Giants in the 3rd quarter with a groin injury and did not return. Kenny Young saw no boost to his playing time in Kiser's absence, spending just 50% of the snaps on the field. Troy Reeder saw his 1st action of the season on defense and would likely start in Kiser's place if Kiser misses further time.
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