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    Smith's Injury not so bad?

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    Yesterday, the belief was that the St. Louis Rams could be without their top draft pick for up to a month, as Jason Smith had to leave the game on Sunday with what appeared to be torn cartilage in his knee, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

    "They're calling it a meniscus [cartilage] right now," coach Steve Spagnuolo told the paper after the game. "I'm not sure the extent of it."

    Both Smith and center Jason Brown had MRIs performed on Monday, and both are now listed as having knee sprains, which is much better than the torn meniscus situation.

    Even so, league sources have told the Post-Dispatch that Smith is likely to miss a game or two, which means Adam Goldberg is the likely starter this weekend for the Rams.

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    Re: Smith's Injury not so bad?

    Only thing this really hurts is the cohesion factor. Goldberg and Smith are about equals at this point in time, so it doesn't really hurt us from a skills perspective, it'll just mean we have another couple games where everyone's getting used to one another again.

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    Re: Smith's Injury not so bad?

    It could be much worse. We can be thankful for that at this point.

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