Not only did the St. Louis Rams lose 38-3 Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles but they also had more players get injured. When will this end? Why does it keep happening? I heard about the following injury news from Jim Thomas on ESPN 1380AM. Drew Bennett broke his foot early in the game and will be out 4-6 weeks. With Donnie Avery still hurt this means the Rams have a major shortage at WR for the game this week against the New York Giants. Get this, the word is Eddie Kennison will be coming into town along with the return of Reche Caldwell. Wow is it that bad already? Torry Holt had 9 yards on Sunday and heading into the Giants game it appears the #2 WR on the roster is Keenan Burton. The warrior Leonard Little made it through 4 plays before pulling a hammy. Projection is he will be out a week or two, so our weak pass rush should get even weaker. Jacob Bell also pulled a hammy and may miss the game Sunday. Chris Long broke a finger, but will play on Sunday. Donnie Jones even bruised his non-kicking knee making a tackle. Orlando Pace only had the wind knocked out of him, and he will be ready to go on Sunday, at least for a little while. Apparently those hard practices in Wisconsin did not make the Rams any less fragile physically or mentally. Should they be pulling hammies again? What is going on?
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