Rams relatively healthy entering opener


EARTH CITY, Mo. -- Unlike most of their NFC West division brethren, the Rams made it out of the preseason in relatively good shape in terms of injuries.

After watching Seattle and San Francisco lose receiver Percy Harvin and Michael Crabtree, respectively, and Arizona guard Jonathan Cooper's season ending knee injury, the Rams have to feel pretty good about their lot on the injury front.

That luck can turn at a moment's notice, but for now the Rams don't have any of their major contributors dealing with any ailments.

Thursday's injury report looked the same as it did Wednesday from a Rams' perspective.

Tight end Cory Harkey (leg), safety Darian Stewart (thigh), cornerback Quinton Pointer (thigh) and linebacker Jonathan Stewart (hip) did not practice for the second consecutive day. Also worth noting, Harkey walked around on the sidelines without the use of crutches.