NFL: Cam Akers went from restricted training to training on par with his teammates

Los Angeles Rams may feel slight relief as his sophomore running back in the NFL, Cam Akersrecovered from his shoulder injury and went from limited training to a full participant in his team’s practices.

In this way, the Rams recover one of their young stars on the ground, facing the Super Bowl LVIin which they will face Cincinnati Bengals next Sunday, February 13, at sofi stadium.

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Akers, 22, must certainly have excellent genetics, as in July last year he suffered a Achilles tendon rupturea serious injury that takes at least 9 to 12 months to recover.

Less than 6 months later, Akers has fully recovered, and even had a few minutes of action in last week’s Rams game, and saw action in all 3 playoff games, where he had 54 carries and 151 yards. , without having yet scored .

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Jalen RamseyRams cornerback (shoulder), offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth (quadriceps) and safety Taylor Rapp (concussion) remained full participants.

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