INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA – DECEMBER 05: Jalen Ramsey #5 of the Los Angeles Rams recovers a fumble by Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Jacksonville Jaguars during the first quarter at SoFi Stadium on December 05, 2021 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)
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Jalen Ramsey won’t be available when the Los Angles Rams face off against the Arizona Cardinals as he’s been sidelined due to COVID-19.
It looks like the Los Angeles Rams might have a tough time trying to cover the Arizona Cardinals as Jalen Ramsey is unable to play Monday evening as he is being held out due to COVID-19.
In a tweet, the Rams announced Ramsey was moved to the COVID-19 list Monday afternoon.
LA Rams transactions:
• Reserve/COVID-19 CB Jalen Ramsey, TE Tyler Higbee
• Activated from Reserve/Injured LB Justin Hollins
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) December 13, 2021
That’ll make beating the Cardinals during this week’s Monday Night Football matchup a bit more difficult.
Los Angeles Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals: Jalen Ramsey moved to COVID-19 list
The Cardinals, at 10-2, are clearly one of the best teams in the NFL this season and are led by a very dynamic and explosive offense.
When the offense is clicking, it’s incredibly difficult to stop. And with Ramsey, one of the most talented defensive backs in the NFL out for this game, that makes things a little more challenging for Los Angeles.
The Rams, at 8-4, will need to find a way to make up for not having Ramsey available for this game. Los Angeles has a pretty good offense of its own and a generally solid roster overall. Maybe the Rams can find a way to go score-for-score with the Cardinals this evening.
This is the second meeting between these two teams. When the Cardinals played at the Rams in Week 4, Kyler Murray and company had no issue getting the win, beating Los Angeles 37-20.