ST. LOUIS The memory remains. But it has been cut and creased and crumpled and buried deep in Danny Amendola's mind, because this is a new week and life goes on.
He dresses near his locker Wednesday at Rams Park, to the right of a flatscreen television that replayed his Week 2 performance as he scrambled for a mid-afternoon meeting two days earlier. Amendola caught 15 passes for 160 yards with one touchdown in beating the Washington Redskins on Sunday. He ripped Jim Haslett's defense with his speed in the slot, but the St. Louis Rams wide receiver is just as quick to move on to Week 3.
"It's over now," Amendola says without hesitation. "I don't think about it too much. I'm worrying about the Bears and trying to get this game prep down and get in the playbook and see what we're going to do for Chicago."
Changing focus already?
After he recovered from fumbling on the Rams' first offensive play a turnover that cornerback Josh Wilson returned 30 yards for a touchdown?