Cunningham had already been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Seahawks after failing to practice throughout the short week, but the team has now elected to shut down Cunningham with the season nearing its conclusion. Malcolm Brown and Chase Reynolds would be in line to back up Todd Gurley, while Mike Thomas will likely return kicks with Cunningham out.
Cunningham (neck) has been ruled out for Thursday's tilt against the Seahawks.
Cunningham was unable to practice throughout the Rams' short week, and is now set to miss his second consecutive game. Malcolm Brown and Chase Reynolds will be in line to provide depth at running back behind Todd Gurley, while Mike Thomas figures to return kicks during Cunningham's absence.
Cunningham (neck) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
With Cunningham sidelined Sunday, Mike Thomas or Pharoh Cooper could return kickoffs for the Rams, while Malcolm Brown and Chase Reynolds are on hand to work behind top back Todd Gurley.
Cunningham (neck) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Cunningham was unable to practice this week because of his neck problem, so it wouldn't be a surprise if he's inactive for Sunday's contest. While that would hurt the Rams in the return game, his absence would also figure to allow Malcolm Brown to serve as Todd Gurley's primary backup at running back.
Cunningham (neck) did not practice Wednesday, Rich Hammond of the Orange County Register reports.
Cunningham has been an afterthought in the Rams' offensive attack as of late. If he's unable to practice this week due to this unspecified neck injury, he could be removed from the game plan entirely.
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