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No practice yet this week for Steven Jackson

Steven Jackson, Brian Urlacher AP

Last week, Rams running back Steven Jackson missed every practice with a groin injury.  He played against the Bears, but he gained only 29 yards.

This week, Jackson has yet to practice.

Chances are he’ll play on Sunday, when the Seahawks come to town.  And the Rams will need him to gain more than 29 yards if they want to knock off the Seahawks.

The loser falls to the basement of the NFC West.

Also not practicing this week have been defensive tackle Matt Conrath (knee), safety Matt Daniels (hamstring), and tackle Rodger Saffold (knee).  Defensive end Eugene Sims (illness) fully participated on Thursday after missing practice on Wednesday.

Tackle Wayne Hunter (knee) and defensive tackle Michael Brockers (ankle) participated both days on a limited basis.  For Brockers, a first-round pick who has not yet played in a regular-season game, he could be on track to finally suit up.

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4 Responses to “No practice yet this week for Steven Jackson”
  1. kingpel says: Sep 27, 2012 10:02 PM

    Steven Jackson is never healthy. Ever.

  2. acdc363 says: Sep 28, 2012 12:21 AM

    I picked this dude up in the 3rd round! Micheal Turner in the 4th! I am done for.

  3. savannahrose44 says: Sep 28, 2012 9:47 AM

    The loser falls to the basement of the NFC West.

    The Rams are already in the basement of the NFC West.

  4. beavertonsteve says: Sep 28, 2012 1:43 PM

    Steven Jackson is never healthy. Ever.

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    Wow, dude cranks out 1500 yards a year and plays through almost everything and that’s a negative? At this point who is your shining beacon of health at running back? Almost EVERY three down running back has had multiple injuries in the last few years. I guess that’s what happens when you get drilled 25 to 30 times a week.

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