Barron (thumb) was limited in Friday's practice and is questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.
Barron failed to practice both Wednesday and Thursday, so even putting in limited work during Friday's session gives him an opportunity to see the field Sunday. Barron will likely be a game-time decision for the London tilt against the Cardinals.
Davis (thigh) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.
Davis failed to practice all week due to the thigh injury, and he likely won't be taking the field Sunday as a result. In his absence, Blake Countess will likely serve as the primary reserve at safety in the Rams secondary.
Though the Cardinals' pass defense ranks 25th in the NFL with 250 passing yards allowed per game, a limited amount of that damage has come against Peterson, a three-time All Pro. Per Pro Football Focus, Peterson, who exited his matchup with the Buccaneers in the third quarter last week with the quad injury, has allowed just 0.37 yards per cover snap this season, which ranks second among all cornerbacks who have played at least 125 snaps in coverage. It's not expected that Peterson's injury will inhibit him much come Sunday, which may translate to another depressed output for Watkins, who has practically been invisible over the Rams' last three games. In those contests, Watkins has been targeted just 10 times in 167 snaps, hauling in two catches for 28 yards.
Barron (thumb) didn't practice Thursday, Rich Hammond of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Barron has made up for a one-tackle showing against the Colts in the season opener, totaling 48 tackles (42 solo), one sack and one interception over the last five games. With a thumb injury keeping him out of practice the past two days, there is some murkiness about his odds to suit up Sunday against the Cardinals in London. As such, his status should be watched closely to ensure his IDP viability for Week 7.
Hill (shoulder) was a full practice participant Wednesday.
Barring any setbacks, Hill should be ready to play Sunday against the Cardinals, but don't expect him to log many snaps. The third-year cornerback has just one solo tackle in three games this season, though he notched 40 tackles in 2016.