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THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — The Los Angeles Rams have lost cornerback Kayvon Webster for the remainder of this season, but they are otherwise in good shape heading into Sunday’s big road game against the division rival Seattle Seahawks.

Wide receiver Robert Woods and outside linebacker Connor Barwin, who have been absent in recent weeks, are expected to play. Offensive tackles Andrew Whitworth and Rob Havenstein, both of whom exited Sunday’s loss to the Philadelphia Eagles prematurely, are also expected to play.
Franchise cornerback Trumaine Johnson is not in the concussion protocol, Rams coach Sean McVay said. Johnson was evaluated for a concussion during the game and passed, but he remained out because of a stinger. Johnson is also expected to play, a big boost for a team that will be without its other starting corner.

Whitworth and Havenstein each had their ankles rolled up on, but actually suffered knee injuries. Whitworth got hurt in the first quarter, but returned for the second half. Havenstein was injured in the fourth quarter — giving way to Darrell Williams, who got beat around the edge by Eagles defensive end Chris Long, causing a key fumble by Rams quarterback Jared Goff — but returned for Los Angeles’ final series.

Whitworth “checked out good today” and Havenstein “was in good spirits,” McVay said, calling their prognosis “very positive.”

Barwin had surgery to repair a broken bone in his left forearm on Nov. 27 and missed the next two games, paving the way for Samson Ebukam. Woods suffered a sprained left shoulder late in the Rams’ Nov. 19 loss to the Minnesota Vikings and missed the next three weeks, paving the way for Josh Reynolds.

Barwin and Woods are “on track, unless there are any setbacks, to be able to play and be available for the Seattle game,” according to McVay.

Webster ruptured his right Achilles tendon during a noncontact play in Sunday’s first quarter, shortly after his first Rams interception, and was placed on injured reserve Monday. In an Instagram post, Webster revealed that he also spent the entire season playing through a “torn labrum/rotator” cuff in his shoulder.

McVay said it was an issue Webster was able to play through and that he would’ve had the shoulder surgically repaired after the season.

“It just continues to demonstrate the toughness that Kayvon embodies,” McVay said. “We love Kayvon. Hate it for him that he had to go out like that, but he’s meant a lot to this team.”

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THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — Los Angeles Rams outside linebacker Connor Barwin had surgery to repair a broken bone in his left forearm and will be out “a couple weeks,” coach Sean McVay announced late Monday afternoon.

Barwin, 31, had a plate inserted to stabilize the bone earlier in the day, and McVay said the procedure “went really well.” Samson Ebukam, a rookie fourth-round pick, will replace Barwin on the strong side.

“He’s a tough guy,” McVay said of Barwin. “He’ll be ready to go sooner than later, I’d be willing to bet.”
Barwin, in his ninth NFL season, was injured when he made a diving attempt to tackle New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara late in the first half of Sunday’s 26-20 win. He left Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with his arm in a sling.

Barwin’s streak of 107 consecutive NFL starts will be snapped when the Rams play the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday. Barwin has four sacks and 25 total tackles this season.

Pro Football Focus has Barwin ranked 111th among 112 edge rushers with enough snaps to qualify, but McVay said the Rams will be losing “a lot” in his absence.

Connor Barwin's run of 107 consecutive NFL starts will end next Sunday when the Rams face the Cardinals.

Connor Barwin’s run of 107 consecutive NFL starts will end next Sunday when the Rams face the Cardinals.

“You not only lose a very productive player, but I think what he’s demonstrated as far as one of those guys in the locker room,” McVay added. “You look at a guy who’s been brought in here his first year, being voted a captain by his teammates — that says a lot about the type of person he is, the way he goes about his business.”

Slot corner Nickell Robey-Coleman, who missed Sunday’s game because of a thigh injury, has a “90 to 95 percent” chance to play against the Cardinals, barring a setback, McVay said.

Ebukam was drafted out of Eastern Washington, the same school as receiver Cooper Kupp, and has recorded two sacks and a forced fumble while ranking 19th on the Rams in defensive snaps. The Rams can also rotate Matt Longacre, who has four sacks while mostly filling in for Robert Quinn on the weak side.

McVay called Ebukam “a player with some great explosion. He plays with good length. He’s continuing to understand the nuances of the system and what he’s being asked to do, both in our base [3-4] package and our dime package.”