Rams' Robert Quinn, T.J. McDonald working back after surgeries

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn (back) and safety T.J. McDonald (shoulder) recently had surgery, according to coach Jeff Fisher.

Fisher said Wednesday that Quinn and McDonald have had the procedures done on the injuries that cost them the rest of their 2015 seasons and are beginning the process of rehabbing.

"Their procedures are both done," Fisher said. "They're doing well. Rob had immediate relief, which was great, which we expected. T.J.'s shoulder was not in good shape, to say the least. But he's got a new shoulder. T.J. has been through a lot when you talk about the offseason injury and the foot injury and everything and the shoulder. He's been through a lot. He should be good to go. From a timing standpoint, we needed to do it just so we can get them in the offseason program."

Quinn and McDonald were placed on injured reserve in recent weeks, ending their season, but Fisher said that both players should be back in time to participate in the early portions of the offseason program.

As for players still on the roster, the Rams' injury report was a bit smaller on Wednesday. Here's a look:

Did not participate: OL Andrew Donnal (knee), CB Eric Patterson (ankle).

Limited participation: CB Lamarcus Joyner (back), WR Bradley Marquez (knee).