With the postseason a certainty, there's a chance the Rams might go with the cautious approach for the second straight game as it relates to running back Todd Gurley.
"They thought he was healthy enough to go [against the Cardinals], but they were extremely cautious," Rapoport said. "Of course, nothing is more important than the playoffs and I'm told they could take the same approach this week, so he may, in fact, sit out as well."
Here are the other injuries we're monitoring Tuesday:
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Conner's status for the game remains undecided as the second-year running back works to come back from a nagging ankle injury that has kept him out of the last three games.
Tomlin is hopeful Conner will be back on the gridiron after he made progress on the practice field last week.
"We'll be watching him close and seeing if he's going to be a positive contributor to our efforts this week," Tomlin said during a news conference on Tuesday. "And, obviously, his practice participation and effectiveness will be a major factor in that."
In addition to Conner, Tomlin said safety Sean Davis (quad) and linebacker Vince Williams (toe) are dealing with injuries.
- Denver Broncos rookie running back Phillip Lindsay is dealing with a possible scaphoid fracture and ligament damage in his wrist that will keep him out of the team's season finale and the Pro Bowl, a source informed of the situation told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Lindsay is scheduled to undergo additional tests this week and is facing the prospect of a potential lengthy recovery period. Lindsay suffered the injury in Monday's loss to the Oakland Raiders.