Los Angeles Rams Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: Johnson sustained a stinger in Sunday's loss to the Eagles and did not return to the game, Myles Simmons of the Rams' official site reports.
Impact: The team initially reported that Johnson had entered the concussion protocol, but head coach Sean McVay indicated that was a communication issue on his part. It's good news for the Rams, who just placed starting cornerback Kayvon Webster on injured reserve with a ruptured Achilles.
News: Zuerlein did not attempt a field goal but made all five of his extra-point tries in Sunday's 43-35 loss to the Eagles.
Impact: Zuerlein's five points gave him just his fifth single-digit performance of the campaign. Although the Rams have a tough matchup in Seattle this Sunday, Zuerlein's league-leading point tally suggests he's due for a rebound.
News: Higbee played 34 of 48 offensive snaps but wasn't targeted during Sunday's 43-35 loss to Philadelphia.
Impact: After a respectable showing in Week 12 (three receptions for 48 yards) against New Orleans, Higbee has only been targeted twice the past two games. He remains atop the depth chart, but rookie tight end Gerald Everett has been more involved in the passing attack, including catching a touchdown last week against Arizona. While the changing of the guard might not fully happen over the final weeks of the 2017 campaign, the writing is on the wall that Everett will likely leapfrog Higbee for good next season.
News: Reynolds hauled in both of his targets for 17 yards during Sunday's 43-35 loss to Philadelphia.
Impact: After receiving six targets in consecutive games, Reynolds wasn't as involved this week. His fleeting boost in fantasy value may also be over with Robert Woods (shoulder) potentially returning to action in Week 15. The rookie out of Texas A&M is a risky fantasy option at this stage of the season, but his long-term outlook for dynasty/keeper settings remains intriguing because of his size, speed and athleticism.
News: Brown was active for the first time since Week 9 and rushed once for five yards during Sunday's 43-35 loss to Philadelphia.
Impact: After missing four contests with a knee injury, Brown's return to the field without an aggravation to the ailment is encouraging for his health over the final weeks of the season. He also appears to have reestablished his position as the No. 2 running back behind Todd Gurley. However, the role is unlikely to lead to serviceable fantasy value with as long as Gurley is healthy, so Brown's nothing more than a handcuff option at this stage of the game.