St. Louis Rams star running back Steven Jackson will reportedly be all right following an MRI on his groin. Jackson had been pulled from the game during the second half of St. Louis' win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday after being hit with an unsportsman like conduct penalty. It was later learned he had suffered a groin injury.
Jackson revealed on Monday that the results were positive -- positive for him, anyway -- on his MRI:
It's still not known whether or not Jackson will be at 100 percent health and ready to start when the Rams take on the Chicago Bears in Week 3 action.