Los Angeles Rams starting cornerback Kayvon Webster will play Sunday after being in the concussion protocol, coach Sean McVay said Friday.
Webster fully participated in Friday’s practice and is “good to go” for the game against the New Orleans Saints at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, McVay said during his customary meeting with reporters following practice at California Lutheran University.
Webster practiced on a limited basis Thursday after not practicing Wednesday. He has started eight of the season’s 10 games.
Cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman was listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game after missing his third consecutive practice because of a thigh injury suffered in Sunday’s 24-7 loss to Minnesota. Robey-Coleman has started two games and played in all 10.
Running back Lance Dunbar and linebacker Bryce Hager were both listed as questionable. Dunbar has a knee injury and Hager a calf injury.
Dunbar has played as the backup to Todd Gurley II the past two games after being on the physically unable to perform list for the first eight games of the season because of a knee injury. Hager has played all 10 games as a backup linebacker.
A player is listed as doubtful when it is unlikely he will play. A player listed as questionable means it is uncertain whether he will play.
Both receiver Robert Woods and running back Malcolm Brown will miss Sunday’s game. McVay said on Monday Woods would probably be sidelined for two games because of an injury to his left shoulder suffered Sunday.
Brown has missed the past two games because of a knee injury.
Pro Bowl defensive tackle Aaron Donald practice on a limited basis because of an unspecified illness that forced him to miss Thursday’s practice. However, he is “good to go” for Sunday’s game, McVay said.
Starting linebacker Mark Barron fully participated in Friday’s practice after missing Wednesday and Thursday’s practices because of a hand injury.
–City News Service
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