The Los Angeles Rams have been plagued by injuries all season long, and things don’t figure to get easier in their Week 12 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Matthew Stafford has already been ruled out after landing in the NFL’s concussion protocol for a second time this season, and Rams head coach Sean McVay told reporters on Friday that Brian Allen will not play due to a thumb injury.
On the defensive side, Travin Howard is also out with a hip injury, while A’Shawn Robinson will miss Sunday’s game after sustaining a significant knee injury in last week’s contest against the New Orleans Saints.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, the Rams will likely be without another key contributor in Allen Robinson, who is dealing with a foot injury:
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 27, 2022
Robinson had appeared in all 10 games this season, catching 33 of his 52 targets for 339 yards and three touchdowns. The former second-round draft pick is in the first of a three-year, $45 million contract with the Rams but hasn’t been as productive as past seasons.
Robinson now joins star wide receiver Cooper Kupp on the sidelines, who was placed on injured list earlier this month after undergoing ankle surgery.
In addition to the aforementioned players who will miss Sunday’s game against the Chiefs, Tyler Higbee, Ty Nsekhe and Matt Skura are questionable to play as well. McVay previously said Nsekhe could be a game-time decision.