Jared Goff to begin for Rams in Inexperienced Bay; Wolford inactive | The China Publish, Taiwan

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — Quarterback Jared Goff will begin the Los Angeles Rams’ playoff sport at Inexperienced Bay on Saturday, and John Wolford will likely be inactive.

Coach Sean McVay introduced his choice Thursday forward of the ultimate exercise for the Rams (11-6) earlier than they journey to face the top-seeded Packers (13-3) at Lambeau Discipline.

Wolford began the Rams’ final two video games, however the second-year professional was injured early in Los Angeles’ 30-20 win at Seattle final Saturday. Wolford left the stadium in an ambulance with a neck stinger after a success from the Seahawks’ Jamal Adams, and he hasn’t practiced this week.

Goff has been the Rams’ starter for the previous 4 1/2 years, however he sat out their regular-season finale after breaking his proper thumb, lacking a sport on account of harm for the primary time in his profession.

Goff then was the Rams’ backup of their first playoff sport, however he relieved Wolford in Seattle and led Los Angeles to victory with 155 yards passing.

“He’s been in a position to get lots of good particular person work,” McVay mentioned of Goff’s well being. “He’s making good progress. The additional you get away from that, the extra regular — I do know he’s been pain-free, however I believe the extra performance and feeling like your self.”

Wolford will nonetheless journey to Inexperienced Bay with the Rams, however he gained’t play. Veteran Blake Bortles, who returned to the Rams in Week 17 after Goff’s harm, will likely be Goff’s backup in opposition to the Packers, and rookie third quarterback Bryce Perkins additionally may be energetic.


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