Rams Star Cornerback Will Be 'Good To Go' On Thursday Vs. Buffalo

Jalen Ramsey is the best cornerback in the NFL today, and with The Los Angeles Rams kicking off their season on Thursday with a heavyweight matchup against the Buffalo Bills, there were certainly questions about his availability, as he was a potential for the PUP list just a few weeks ago. The Rams however, decided to keep Ramsey off the PUP list, in case he would be ready, and according to Sean McVay, he'll be "good to go" for Thursday's blockbuster opener. 

The shoulder injury was never seen as a serious one, but it could have potentially cost him the first four games of the season, but Ramsey is a big game player, so there's no way he would have missed the first matchup of the season, especially such a big time game. The three time First Team All-Pro has been outstanding since being traded from Jacksonville to Los Angeles, and with all eyes on him once again in a big matchup, likely against Stefon Diggs, they'll need him healthy and firing if they want to start the 2022/23 season in the right way. 

McVay said yesterday that his two running backs would also be healthy and ready to go, so for a huge opening night matchup, it appears the NFL has got two Super Bowl heavyweights at full strength, ready to go to get the 2022 season kicked off. 

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