Countess does not have an injury designation for Saturday's divisional-round playoff game against the Cowboys, Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports. Countess has cleared the league-managed concussion protocol and is on track to suit up unhindered versus the Cowboys. The 25-year-old will slot in as the top backup to starting safety John Johnson.
Countess (concussion) is ruled out to return to Sunday's game against the 49ers, Myles Simmons of the Rams' official site reports. Countess will remain sidelined due to a head injury sustained during the first half of Sunday's contest. The third-year pro will turn his focus towards returning to full health in time for the postseason.
Countess is being evaluated for a concussion during Sunday's game against the 49ers, Myles Simmons of the Rams' official site reports. Countess sustained a head injury during the first half of Sunday's regular-season finale. If the third-year pro enters the league-mandated concussion protocol, Troy Hill and Sam Shields will benefit from a small increase in snaps.
Countess (concussion) was a full participant at Thursday's practice and does not have a designation heading into Saturday's game against the Falcons, Alden Gonzalez of ESPN reports. Countess entered the concussion protocol earlier in the week but appears set to suit up for Saturday's playoff game. The second-year safety will back up John Johnson in the Rams' secondary.
Countess is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the 49ers as he is evaluated for a concussion, Myles Simmons of the Rams' official site reports. Countess suffered the possible concussion on a vicious hit on 49ers receiver Marquise Goodwin that sent Goodwin to the hospital with a confirmed concussion. The 24-year-old could see a fine and perhaps even a suspension headed his way for the hit on Goodwin.