St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola is recovering faster than expected from a right shoulder injury, and even thinks there’s an ‘‘outside chance’’ he can play against the Patriots on Sunday.

Amendola returned to practice this week, but was limited both Wednesday and Thursday at the team’s sessions in London. The Rams’ leading receiver this season hurt his shoulder against Arizona on Oct. 4 and was originally expected to miss at least two more games.

However, Amendola said he hasn’t ruled out playing against New England at Wembley.

‘‘It kind of depends on how I feel tomorrow,’’ Amendola said. ‘‘There’s an outside chance I could play. If not, then I'll just wait another week. We have a bye week next week and it might be smart to sit out, but at the same time I want to play and go from there.’’

Well, you can never trust players on these things, but for what it's worth, Jeff Fisher also said something similar. He also pointed out that Amendola wanted to play right after his injury too.

That said, please no. Please God no.

Amendola is a really good receiver, and that's the last thing this Patriots team needs to face.

The Rams are only 24th in passing but that obviously doesn't mean jack shit because look at what the 31st (Seattle) and 28th (Jets) passing offenses have done against the Patriots.

Michael Saver 10/25/2012 07:41:00 PM Edit

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