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Rams Injury Report: Al Harris, Michael Hoomanawanui Torn ACLs; Rodger Saffold Feeling Better

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St. Louis Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo confirmed the worst news about the injuries to cornerback Al Harris and tight end Michael Hoomanawanui. Both players tore an ACL in yesterday's win over the Cleveland Browns. They are done for the season. Spagnuolo revealed that information and more in his Monday press conference. 

It wasn't all bad news on the injury front today. Left tackle Rodger Saffold is symptom free this morning after suffering a head injury in yesterday's game. It was feared that he may have suffered a concussion. The same goes for CB Justin King, who suffered a head injury on the final defensive play of the game. Safety Darian Stewart is feeling better today after leaving the game with a neck injury. The coach hoped Saffold and King would be back to practice on Wednesday. 

Stewart and Lance Kendricks are expected to be back on the practice field in a limited roles on Wednesday. Kendricks is getting back to health from a foot injury. Danario Alexander is still dealing with his hamstring injury, and will be limited in practice.

Spags was also hopeful that linebackers Brian Kehl and Josh Hull will be back to work on Wednesday. Jerious Norwood could return as well. 

Jason Smith is still having concussion symptoms, and will most certainly miss his fourth straight game.