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    chucknbob is offline Registered User
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    Injury Update

    From Yahoo Sports:

    ST. LOUIS (AP)—St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger(notes) has a bruised rotator cuff on his right throwing arm but has not been ruled out for next week’s game at San Francisco.
    Whether Bulger or backup Kyle Boller(notes) starts, winless St. Louis will be without wide receiver Laurent Robinson(notes), who leads the Rams with 13 catches. He will miss the remainder of the season with a high right ankle sprain and a fractured fibula.

    Bulger, Robinson and safety James Butler(notes) were all hurt in Sunday’s 36-17 loss to the Packers. Coach Steve Spagnuolo said Butler will miss at least two weeks with a sprained left knee.
    Bulger was injured on a sack that caused a fumble in the first quarter.

    I hope that they will keep Bulger out unless he is 100%. Boller played well enough that it's not worth risking further injury to Bulger if he's not ready. I think that the Robinson injury really hurt us. He was hands down our best receiver out there this year. Let's just hope Avery gets over his butterfingers quick.

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    Re: Injury Update

    I am not sure it matters. They will lose with either QB. It is just a matter of which one gives them a better chance at winning (or not losing so bad).

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