Rams CB Jenkins limited in practice due to concussion

Janoris Jenkins has two interceptions through five games. Mark J. Rebilas USA TODAY Sports

St. Louis Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins was limited in practice Wednesday due to a concussion.

Jenkins was a surprise addition to the injury report for the Rams, who do not practice on Thursdays and were off the previous week due to a bye. Five players - defensive ends Robert Quinn and Chris Long, wide receiver Tavon Austin, running back Tre Mason and tight end Lance Kendricks - did not practice.

Missing Jenkins would be a big loss for St. Louis entering Sunday's home game against the Cleveland Browns. The fourth-year cornerback was thrown at only once by Aaron Rodgers - on his first pass attempt - in the Rams' 24-10 defeat at Green Bay on Oct. 11.

"I see it as a sign of respect," Jenkins told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "But at the same time, he probably saw something on the other side that he liked better. Probably match-up wise or whatever."

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