Rams Place Webster on Injured Reserve

Check out in-game photos from the Rams' Week 14 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Rams have placed cornerback Kayvon Webster on injured reserve, officially ending his season.

Webster suffered a ruptured Achilles' tendon during Sunday's game against the Eagles. The cornerback pulled up while backpedaling in the red zone during the first half, and immediately clutched his right ankle in obvious pain. McVay confirmed the injury in his postgame press conference.

The cornerback signed with the Rams as an unrestricted free agent in March. Webster spent the first four years of his career in Denver, where he crossed paths with current Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips. The South Florida product recorded his first interception of the season in the first quarter against the Eagles.

The Rams' roster now stands at 52 players.

The club also signed cornerback Dominique Hatfield to its practice squad on Monday. Los Angeles waived Hatfield from its active roster on Saturday to make room for linebacker Cameron Lynch. Lynch played 64 percent of special teams snaps against the Eagles.

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