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NFL Injury Report:
The St. Louis Rams are expecting to be
without offensive lineman Harvey Dahl for the remainder of the season after he
suffered what’s believed to be a torn biceps late in last weekend’s contest
against the Minnesota Vikings, reports Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Right guard Harvey Dahl suffered what the Rams suspect is a
torn biceps late in the game and almost certainly will miss the rest of the
Rams coach Jeff Fisher told reporters
that with Dahl sidelined for the team’s final two games St. Louis will take the
opportunity to “take a look at one of the younger guys up front.”
Prior to his injury, Dahl had been a
workhorse for St. Louis. The 31-year-old had made 30 consecutive starts since
he signed with the Rams as an unrestricted free agent prior to the 2011 season.
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