St. Louis, MO – St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford left opener against Philadelphia, the third major offensive Rams player to suffer an injury.
With about eight minutes to play, Bradford completed a 31-yard pass to Brandon Gibson. But as the completion was being challenged, he walked into the locker room looking at his right hand.
According to the Rams' Twitter feed, an X-ray was negative, but he is believed to have some nerve damage.
Jackson departed in the first quarter. He ran for a 47-yard touchdown, but touched the ball only once more.
Amendola, the Rams' leading receiver last year, suffered his injury early in the fourth quarter on a six-yard reception. He is scheduled to have an MRI exam Monday.
Additionally, Rams tackle Jason Smith suffered an apparent ankle injury.
Bradford finished with 188 passing yards in the 31-13 loss, while Amendola had five catches for 45 yards.