Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins (head) passed through the concussion protocol and is listed as probable for Sunday against Cleveland. Jenkins benefited from the bye week, which should keep him from missing any games.
Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins (concussion) was limited in practice Wednesday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Jenkins didn't practice at all last week and seems to still be feeling some of the effects of his concussion. He will likely have to fully practice Friday or Saturday in order to play against Cleveland this week.
Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins compiled nine tackles on Sunday in a 12-6 defeat at the hands of the Steelers. Jenkins isn't off to a monster start, but he does have big-tackle games like these on occasion. He has 16 tackles and an interception in three games thus far.
A knee injury has Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins sidelined against the host Redskins, per the Washington Post. He is considered questionable to return.
The Rams will have Janoris Jenkins, Chris Long and Scott Wells Week 17 against the Seahawks. All three players came into the contest listed as probable, and were always expected to play. Jenkins is dealing with a back injury. Long was listed on the injury report, but it was for non-injury reasons. Wells also has a back issue. Both Wells and Jenkins fully participated in practice on Friday.