Wolford (neck) won't play in Saturday's playoff game at Green Bay, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Wolford is recovering from a stinger after his early exit in the wild-card win over Seattle. He hasn't been able to practice this week, and coach Sean McVay said the 25-year-old QB won't be able to play. Wolford will still travel with the team, but Jared Goff will get the start, with Blake Bortles serving as the backup.
Wolford (neck) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Instead, Wolford was a spectator while Jared Goff (thumb) logged another full session. Wolford may not be cleared to practice this week after enduring a stinger in Saturday's wild-card win over Seattle, and with just three days to go before a divisional-round game at Green Bay, Goff seems to be trending toward the start under center.
Wolford (neck) was a non-participant on Tuesday's practice estimate, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. Wolford got the nod at quarterback this past Saturday at Seattle with Jared Goff just 12 days removed from surgery on a dislocated right thumb. However, Wolford didn't last long, taking a hit on the helmet from Jamal Adams that eventually led to a visit to the hospital as a precaution. On Sunday, Wolford was diagnosed with a stinger and called day-to-day by McVay, according to Stu Jackson of the Ram's official site. While Wolford was held out of Tuesday's walk-through, Goff was a full participant following his 155-yard, one touchdown performance against the Seahawks. Still, McVay has yet to make a call on L.A.'s starting QB for Saturday's divisional-round game in Green Bay.
Wolford (neck) is day-to-day with a stinger, per coach Sean McVay, Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site reports. Wolford was taken to the hospital after taking a shoulder to the head from Seahawks safety Jamal Adams early in Saturday's wild-card round win. Given that context, a day-to-day label is good news. Even if Wolford's able to gain clearance for Saturday's NFC divisional round matchup against the Packers, it's unclear who the Rams will roll with under center after Jared Goff played through a thumb injury and led the team to victory after Wolford's exit against Seattle.
Coach Sean McVay said that Wolford (neck) is "trending in a positive direction" after going to the hospital during Saturday's 30-20 win over the Seahawks, Greg Beacham of The Associated Press reports. Wolford started the game in place of Jared Goff (thumb), but he exited early after taking a hit to the helmet from Seahawks safety Jamal Adams on a designed run in the first quarter. McVay predicted that Wolford has a stinger. While that's an encouraging prognosis, further testing needs to be done, and Wolford isn't in the clear for the NFC divisional round. Goff figures to be the starting quarterback even if Wolford returns.
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