ST. LOUIS (AP) It's only Week 3 and Harvey Dahl is the last man standing on the offensive line the St. Louis Rams envisioned at the start of training camp.
All they can do this week at Chicago is keep patching things together in hopes of keeping Sam Bradford upright. Short-handed or not in last week's 31-28 victory against Washington, it worked just fine.
"I think we kind of talked about this last week and it's the same thing," Bradford said Wednesday. "It's something we had to deal with last year, so it's nothing new.
"Everyone who stepped in last week and had to play did a great job and I know whoever's in there this week, we're going to have a great week of preparation and they'll be ready to play."
Coach Jeff Fisher said it's a challenge, but he'll have the group ready. One of them, tackle Wayne Hunter, (left ankle) did not practice.
"We did have five out there all practice, so we'll be OK," Fisher said. "Actually, we had enough to practice against the defense."