More than a week after undergoing surgery to repair a broken and dislocated thumb, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Koff has been a full participant in the practice, while John Wolford’s Stinger ruled him out of practice on Tuesday.
However, head coach Sean McVeigh told reporters on Tuesday He has no updates Sixth seed Rams is who will be his opening quarterback when he faces the top-ranked Bakers in the NFC Division Round on Saturday at Green Bay.
Koff missed the Rams’ final game of the regular season against the Cardinals due to a thumb injury. In Goff’s place, it was a start for Wolford and the Rams had a win to get a playoff berth.
At the Super Wild Card Weekend, Ramf defeated the Seahawks with Wolfford starting Koff relief. Wolford was injured early in the game. Koff, who admitted after the game that his thumb was not yet 100%, ended the victory.
McVeigh did not announce a starter until the day of the game against the Seahawks and another long week with no wat-ifs and no updates.
McVeigh said he expects Aaron Donald, who suffered a rib injury and left the game early against Seahawk, to be ready to go against the Donald Packers.
“The Terminator is ready to go,” McVeigh said of Donald Jordan Roderick of Athletics.
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