ST. LOUIS- Excitement? Stress? Whatever the reason, the St. Louis Rams 3-2 start resulted in a trip to the hospital for one key franchise figure.
Kevin Demoff, the Rams executive vice president of football operations and chief operating officer, fainted at Rams Park on Friday afternoon and was transported to a nearby facility for precautionary reasons. No severe health risks are expected.
I guess fainting the day after going over .500 isnt exactly acting like youve been there before, Demoff (@kdemoff) tweeted.
The Rams have enjoyed uncommon success this season. After beating the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday, they are above .500 for the first time since owning a 4-3 mark on Nov. 4, 2006. They have defeated their first two NFC West opponents (the Seattle Seahawks and Cardinals), and they hold a 3-0 record at home.
Kevin is stable, hes alert, hes fine, hes just undergoing some tests and hes going to be just fine, Rams coach Jeff Fisher told reporters. I dont have any more to re...