Just over a week after undergoing surgery to repair a broken and dislocated thumb, Los Angeles Rams midfielder Jared Gove was fully involved in training, while John Wolford’s player kept him out of training on Tuesday.
However, coach Sean McVeigh told reporters on Tuesday It has no updates On who will be the midfielder to start as the sixth-seeded Rams face the seeded Packers at Green Bay on Saturday in an NFC Divisional Tour.
Goff missed Rams’ last regular season match against the Cardinals due to his injured thumb. At Gove’s place, Wolford started first and Ramez won, piering in the extension.
At Super Wild Card Weekend, the Rams defeated the Seahawks with starting Wolford and resting Juve. Wolford was injured early in the match with what was identified as stinging. Goff, who admitted after the match, his thumb was not 100% yet, ended the victory.
McVay didn’t announce a start until match day against the Seahawks and another long week of what-ifs and no updates could wait.
As for prominent defensive tackle Aaron Donald, who is dealing with a rib cartilage injury and left the match against the Seahawks early, McVay confirmed he expects Donald to be ready to take on the Packers.
McVeigh said of Donald: “The Terminator will be ready to go” Jordan Rodrigue of Athletic.
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