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Rob Havenstein Left Rams Practice With Crooked Fingers



Rob Havenstein Left Rams Practice With Crooked Fingers

Rob Havenstein and Logan Bruss, two offensive linemen, should not miss any time, according to the Los Angeles Rams.

Rob Havenstein and Logan Bruss, two offensive lineman for the Los Angeles Rams, missed portions of practise on Thursday, adding to their injury woes up front.

During the joint practise between the Los Angeles Rams and the Las Vegas Raiders, Havenstein, the starting right tackle, was injured early. He soon gained the independence to leave the pitch on his own. Sean McVay, the head coach, spoke up right away even though he didn’t come back.

After the game, McVay remarked, “I think he’s OK.” “I just spoke with him before coming out here. The initial assessment is just a minor stinger in his neck.

Havenstein is essential to the offensive line’s effectiveness. He participated in every one of the 17 games in 2022 and, according to Pro Football Focus, received the best lineman grade of any Ram. His 73.2 grade placed him third on Los Angeles’ offence, just behind Cooper Kupp and Cam Akers.

He appears to be alright for Week 1, which is a relief.

It’s probable that Bruss would have taken Havenstein’s place if he were to be absent. On Thursday, the lineman in his second year hurt his hand. The Athletic’s Jourdan Rodrigue reported that Bruss’ hand “had some fingers on it that were not facing the right way.”

With his hands re-taped, he would soon return to the practise area. Fans can relax knowing that he will be fine for Saturday’s preseason game against the Raiders given the team’s silence on the issue.

According to certain reports, Bruss had difficulty in the Los Angeles Chargers game last week. Nevertheless, in order to give the Rams as many alternatives as possible given the level of uncertainty in the trenches, keeping healthy and getting more live reps will be essential.

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