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    any word of brockers, saffold or langford

    Sammy being out for the year is of course the key story. But in the category of moving forward with the season and not giving up, does anyone have any information on the status of langford, saffold or brockers? Any confirmation that Trumaine is only out six weeks?

    One thing for sure, we better hope that we got our bad injury luck out of the way.

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    TJ: 4-6 weeks for MCL sprain.

    Brockers, Saffold and Langford. All day-to-day. Could play in final preseason game.
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    Good news on Brockers, Saffold, Langford

    By Joe Lyons / STL PD
    August 24, 2014
    8:11 p.m.

    The news from Rams Park on Sunday wasn’t all bad. It just seemed that way.

    Mixed in with confirmation that quarterback Sam Bradford re-injured his surgically repaired left knee in the first quarter of Saturday night’s 33-14 victory over the Browns in Cleveland and will be lost for the season, Rams coach Jeff Fisher pointed out that three other players who went down with first-half ankle injuries — offensive lineman Rodger Saffold and defensive tackles Michael Brockers and Kendall Langford — are not expected to miss significant time.

    “All three can potentially play this Thursday night,” Fisher said.

    And the news about cornerback Trumaine Johnson, who was carted off in the second quarter with a knee injury, was more promising than anticipated.

    “We got good news, considering the mechanism of what happened to Trumaine Johnson,” Fisher added, “We’ll miss Trumaine anywhere from four to six weeks with an MCL sprain,’’ Fisher said. The injury does not require surgery.

    The young Rams secondary features some options, including second-year player Brandon McGee and rookies Lamarcus Joyner and E.J. Gaines.

    “They’ve been coming on,’’ Fisher said. “We’ve got a good group, a good solid group there. We’ll be OK there until Tru comes back.’’

    Asked who might replace Johnson at cornerback opposite fellow third-year pro Janoris Jenkins, Fisher did not tip his hand.

    “Brandon, E.J., or Lamarcus, it’s a good group to pull from,” he said.


    Greg Robinson, the No. 2 overall selection in May’s draft, did not start in Cleveland, but the 6-foot-5, 332-pounder from Auburn did lead the team with 58 snaps.

    “I wanted to get Rodger some time early,” Fisher explained. “We knew that Greg was going to play both positions (guard and tackle), so we got Rodger in there early and (right guard) Davin (Joseph) is playing well.

    “Greg played pretty well. Again, he got plenty of snaps. He’s improving. He’s going to be a really good player for us.’’

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