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    As per rotoworld this morning...

    Report: Rams' Robinson may be seriously hurt
    According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Rams WR Laurent Robinson has an MCL injury that could be serious.
    The injury was originally announced as an "ankle." An MCL sprain would likely cost Robinson 2-3 games at least, and an extensive tear might require surgery. Keenan Burton is next up on the Rams' wide receiver depth chart. Sep. 27 - 10:15 pm et
    Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    Well this is a debbie downer. He was the only WR I had faith in this season.
    Last edited by Nick; -09-28-2009, 08:19 AM. Reason: Editing out the links

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    This sucks - it didn't look this serious when he walked off the field. Looks like Amendola will be getting more playing time.
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    RAMS!

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    • #3
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      Hey, the good news never stops in Rams nation, huh?

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        The injury occurred on the far side of the field, so i didn't get a good look while I was there. The bad thing that i saw, however, was the fact that he rode a cart off the field just before halftime. That showed me that it was pretty bad. Hopefully he can make it back quickly!
        I believe!:ram:

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        • #5
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          This is a serious injury when it leaves Burton as our only productive WR.

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          • #6
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            Robinson was HOLDING his ANKLE ...

            How in the hell did they come up with an MCL knee injury? I doubt the integrity of this reporting ...

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            • #7
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              wow this is horrible. We are already thin at the position, and Avery hasn't been showing up lately. Burton needs to step up big time now.

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              • #8
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                ERROR ALERT! Rotoworld used an INCORRECT source ...

                Gordon says that Butler has an ANKLE injury and Robinson an MCL ...

                It should be reversed ....

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                • #9
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                  I'll wait until I see an official report before I get too depressed. Let's hope this report is wrong. With the way Avery is disappointing, we need him in a major way.

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                  • #10
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                    Geez. What position are we going to target in the free agency next year? We got way too many holes to fill now....

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                    • #11
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                      Avery is obviously still injured. He's not running at 100% and he's not making good cuts. I'd stop jumping all over him until he's at least healthy.

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by RamsInfiniti View Post
                        ERROR ALERT! Rotoworld used an INCORRECT source ...

                        Gordon says that Butler has an ANKLE injury and Robinson an MCL ...

                        It should be reversed ....
                        Ankle pain can indicate problems with the knee and not with the ankle..

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