Rams WR Robert Woods is confident in his shoulder as he gets ready to return from injury.
“I feel like the movement, everything is there. Everything’s good and ready, so I feel like there’s no [sense of] not trusting it,” Woods said. “I’ve been in practice a little bit last week, and then starting to go this week — I’m confident, very confident in it.”
“Getting Robert back out there just with what he provides from a leadership standpoint, obviously the production that he was having before he went out with the injury — so that’s a big boost for us,” head coach Sean McVay said Wednesday. “We’re on track to have him back and that will be good.”
Woods was WR11 in standard and WR14 in PPR from Week 1-11 before he was injured. He also had double-digit targets in the two games prior to when he got hurt. There's always some risk starting a player in his first game back from injury, and the Rams head to Seattle this week, but Woods was Goff's main target before injury.