LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — It was a big blow for the Los Angeles Rams Sunday night as Jared Goff broke and dislocated his right thumb in the team’s loss against the Seahawks.
On Monday, the 26-year-old quarterback underwent surgery and will not play Sunday against Arizona. Instead, backup QB John Wolford will start, the team announced Monday evening.READ MORE: LAPD Officers Shoot Person Suspected In Reported Assault In Pico-Union
Jared Goff underwent surgery on his thumb this morning, John Wolford will start on Sunday.
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Head Coach Sean McVay said Goff should be available for the playoffs.MORE NEWS: Woman Killed, Man Injured In Huntington Beach Hit-And-Run; Suspect Arrested
The Rams need a Sunday victory over the Cardinals or a loss by the Chicago Bears to clinch a playoff spot.