Wild-Card Weekend: Injury updates around the NFL
John Clayton provides the latest news on key injuries going into Wild-Card Weekend.
Originally Published: January 7, 2005By John Clayton | ESPN.com
Here is the latest news on key injuries going into Wild-Card Weekend of the 2004 NFL season: Rams at Seahawks
St. Louis: The Rams upgraded guard Tom Nutten (knee) from doubtful to questionable Thursday even though he didn't practice. Nutten is probably not going to be able to play because of the torn medial collateral knee ligament, but he wants to try. Larry Turner is expected to get the start. Defensive end Tyoka Jackson (ankle) didn't practice Friday before the team left for Seattle, and he probably won't be ready. He's listed as questionable. Defensive Leonard Little (groin) practiced a little on Friday and is expected to be ready. The Rams still list him as questionable. Wide receiver Isaac Bruce is fine despite a sore hip. He's probable and has practiced all week. Halfback Arlen Harris is doubtful with the hamstring injury and didn't practice Thursday or Friday and isn't expected to play.
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