Another game, another lengthy injury report for the St. Louis Rams. Al Harris and Michael Hoomanawanui, two starting players, are likely done for the season. Another starter most likely has a concussion. The Rams are getting down to the very bottom of their depth chart with seven games left to play.
Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo told the press following the game that the team believes Harris and Hoomanawanui will both be lost for the season. Harris suffered a knee injury early in the game, the first injury of the season for the 36-year-old whose career has been marked by injuries lately. He has been the Rams top cornerback in recent weeks. This would be the ninth cornerback to placed on IR by the Rams this season. Nine.
Hoomanawanui also suffered a knee injury in the game, after a 15-yard catch in the second half. The team will know more about both injuries on Monday. Hoomanawanui has been mostly injured during his time with the Rams. He played eight games last year, his rookie season, and seven games this year.
Starting left tackle Rodger Saffold left the game with concussion-like symptoms. He will undergo further evaluation this week to determine whether or not he has a concussion. Jason Smith has been missing since the Dallas game with a concussion.
As for Sam Bradford, he did not re-injure his ankle. He was hit in the thigh, but came back into the game.