On Thursday, Los Angeles Rams running back Cam Akers returned to team training, declaring that his Achilles tendon torn is basically fully recovered.
Los Angeles Rams opened the 21-day comeback window for Cam Akers on Thursday. Cam Akers was Los Angeles Rams’ number one running back last season, but was injured in a private training session in July this year. Originally Cam Akers was expected to miss the entire season, but Cam Akers’ recovery process was faster than expected, which allowed him to return at the end of the season. Los Angeles Rams’ remaining three opponents are Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.
Although it was only in the second half of the game that he started to get a stable chance to play, Cam Akers still contributed 625 rushing yards for the 2020 season. The top running back for Los Angeles Rams this season is Darrell Henderson. Darrell Henderson rushed for 671 yards and 5 touchdowns. Sony Michel also contributed 597 rushing yards, of which 292 yards came from the past three games.
In addition, defensive guard Juju Hughes, Antoine Brooks and Jake Gervase will also return from the new crown reserve list.