Found October 30, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:
The Rams are calling Chris Givens’ injury a bruised toe. Givens missed nearly a quarter of action in Sunday’s loss, but stayed in after returning mid-way through the second quarter. Now with the Rams’ bye week to heal up, Givens should be 100 percent for Week 10. The rookie deep threat has 11 catches for 324 yards over his past five games, and will have a week to sit out and get right. Two weeks ago he tied Willie Gaullt with 4 straight games with a catch of 50 plus yards. He broke that pace last week with a 50 yard touchdown in the first quarter. Givens is making fellow second rounder Brian Quick look like trash in the NFL so far.  Brian Quick was an over rated player coming out and Givens is showing he deserved to be drafted higher.  It seems he has a great working relationship with Sam Bradford already.
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