Dealing with toe injury

Coach Sean McVay said Monday that Stafford injured his toe during a Week 18 loss to the 49ers, Cameron DeSilva of USA Today reports.

Stafford was seen limping around during Sunday's game, which inhibited McVay from calling plays like designed rollouts. In the end, Stafford put together a fair performance, completing 21 of 32 passes for 238 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions while playing all 65 snaps on offense. McVay relayed Stafford should be OK to play in next Monday's wild-card game against the Cardinals, but it seems as if the quarterback will be under some restrictions once the Rams get on the practice field later this week.

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Return to practice TBD

Coach Sean McVay acknowledged Monday that he doesn't have a timeline for when Henderson (soft-tissue injury) can return to practice, noting "it could be anywhere between two days, one day, a week," Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.

Cam Akers

Cam Akers

RB | LAR

No timetable for return to practice

Coach Sean McVay acknowledged Monday that he doesn't have a timeline for when Akers and Darrell Henderson -- who are both dealing with soft-tissue injuries -- can return to practice, noting, "It could be anywhere between two days, one day, a week," Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.

Kyren Williams

RB | LAR

Sees added practice reps

With both Cam Akers and Darrell Henderson dealing with soft-tissue injuries, Williams and Jake Funk took the main workload at Monday's practice, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports.

Cam Akers

Cam Akers

RB | LAR

Set to miss practice time

Coach Sean McVay relayed that Akers is dealing with a "soft tissue" injury and is slated to miss some practice time, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.

Ben Skowronek

Ben Skowronek

WR | LAR

Listed as starting wideout

Skowronek was listed as one of the Rams' three starting receivers on the first unofficial depth chart released Wednesday, Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports.