Rams QB Officially Announced As Out For Week 12

The Los Angeles Rams season seems to be falling apart at the seams, with Cooper Kupp on Injured Reserve, Darrell Henderson released and plenty of injuries along the offensive line, and over the past few weeks, they've been without their starting Quarterback as well.

Days away from their clash with the Kansas City Chiefs, the Rams have now officially ruled out Matthew Stafford, meaning that with John Wolford also out, former un-drafted free agent Bryce Perkins is likely to get the start. Perkins has spent two full seasons with the Rams without seeing the field, and as thrown 11 passes this season, and now, he will look to prove himself as the potential starter of the future in Los Angeles.

The NFL has seemingly been taking the concussion protocol much more serious in 2022, and after taking several knocks to the head this season, the Rams have officially ruled out Stafford for yet another game, as they want to be careful with his long term health, and given their season is likely over, this is the best move for both parties. 

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