Darrell Henderson Jr. has a hyper-extended thumb, kept away from serious injury

The Los Angeles Rams have had no karma at running back this late spring. With Cam Akers effectively out for the year and Raymond Calais set to miss 4-6 months with a foot crack, Darrell Henderson Jr. is currently beaten up.

Sean McVay told columnists after training on Monday that Henderson harmed his thumb and couldn’t return. McVay didn’t promptly know the seriousness, yet Ian Rapoport had an update later on.

As per Rapoport, Henderson has a hyper-extended thumb and kept away from a genuine physical issue. Henderson is in line for a greater responsibility this season as the starter, yet wounds have restricted him in his initial two seasons. Fortunately his thumb injury is not much and he ought to essentially be back by Week 1.

Behind Henderson are Jake Funk and Xavier Jones, just as Otis Anderson Jr. Those three are relied upon to deal with the entirety of the carries on Saturday in the preseason finale.

McVay has held Henderson and the remainder of the Rams’ starters out of preseason activity to stay away from conceivable injury.

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