WATFORD, England – Rams RB Malcolm Brown (ankle) and LB Bryce Hager (shoulder) have been ruled out in advance of Sunday's game against the Bengals in London. Both were non-participants in practice this week.
CB Troy Hill (hamstring) is considered questionable. He logged limited participation Friday after not practicing Wednesday and Thursday.
"We're going to use all the time that we do have (to make a decision)," Rams head coach Sean McVay said. "We'll get him through a workout tomorrow. He's feeling good, I just talked to him, but those soft tissue injuries can be a little bit dicey. I'm feeling good, feeling the same, but we'll continue to use all the time we have with that soft tissue injury."
Hill, who started in place of Aqib Talib after Talib went on injured reserve, would be replaced by Darious Williams if he ended up being unable to play.
Additionally, LB Clay Matthews (jaw) remains out, but McVay said he is "hopeful" to get him back after the bye week.
For the Bengals, starting CB Dre Kirkpatrick (knee) and reserve Darqueze Dennard (hamstring) have both been ruled out. WR A.J. Green (ankle) has also been ruled out and will miss his eighth consecutive game.
Cincinnati will also be without starting LT Cordy Glenn (concussion), who was ruled out after seeing his participation decrease from full to limited to no participation at all during the week. Glenn's backup according to the Bengals' depth chart, OT Andre Smith, is considered questionable with an ankle injury.
Reserve DE Carl Lawson (hamstring) has also been ruled out.
Below are the full injury reports for both teams.
LOS ANGELES RAMS
|Andrew Whitworth||T||Not Injury Related||DNP||Full||Full||-|
|Tyler Eifert||TE||Not Injury Related||DNP||Full||Full||-|