Janoris Jenkins cleared to play, Todd Gurley probable for Thursday night

EARTH CITY, Mo -- After a short week of practice, the St. Louis Rams look to be mostly healthy for Thursday night's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Cornerback Janoris Jenkins, who passed the concussion protocol on Tuesday night, was a full participant in Wednesday's practice and is listed as probable for the game. He missed last week's game against Detroit, but barring any setbacks he should be ready to play against the Bucs.

Elsewhere, running back Todd Gurley, who was limited as the Rams attempted to get him some rest on Monday and Tuesday, is also listed as probable and expected to be able to go. The same is true of offensive tackle Rob Havenstein and receiver Kenny Britt, who have been dealing with calf and shoulder injuries, respectively.

Here's Wednesday's full injury report:

Out -- DE Robert Quinn (back), OL Andrew Donnal (knee).

Questionable -- CB Eric Patterson (ankle).

Probable -- RB Todd Gurley (rest), WR Kenny Britt (shoulder), OT Rob Havenstein (calf), CB Janoris Jenkins (concussion).