The Los Angeles Rams saw their season end against the Detroit Lions in a one-point game on Sunday evening. After a back-and-forth season, the Rams found a way to get into the playoffs and fought hard against the Lions in Detroit.

On Wednesday, Rams head coach Sean McVay gave an update on running back Kyren Williams, who suffered a hand injury in the game (h/t Ian Rapoport of NFL Network).

‘Rams coach Sean McVay tells reporters that RB Kyren Williams had surgery to repair a broken bone in his hand.'

Here's the play where Williams sustained the injury on Sunday.

Williams had a stellar 2023 campaign for the Rams. He finished the year with 1,144 yards and 12 touchdowns on 228 carries and caught 32 passes for 206 yards and three scores as the primary running back for LA. He did all of that in just 12 games as he battled a number of different injuries throughout the season and had a trip to the IR. In the playoff game against the Lions, Williams had 13 carries for 61 yards and a reception.

The Rams also saw Tyler Higbee suffer an injury against the Lions as the tight end tore his ACL in a crushing blow.

So, the Rams season comes to an end with a pair of tough injury updates, but they have a long offseason to recover and try and be ready for the 2024 season. Matthew Stafford also confirmed his return for next season, so there could be a lot of hope in the Rams organization once again.