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Danario Alexander's knee is hurt again

Posted on: October 29, 2010 10:05 pm
 
Posted by Josh Katzowitz

Rams WR Danario Alexander’s left knee has failed him again.

But the news could be worse. According to the St. Louis Post Dispatch, Alexander, who suffered cartilage damage during Friday’s practice, likely will be out only two to four weeks because of this latest injury.

Considering this is the same knee that’s been operated on four times previously, only missing a few games is not a terrible outcome.

That’s probably not how Alexander feels about it at this point, though.

He hurt himself today running a pass pattern in practice, and the look on his face reminded rookie teammate Mardy Gilyard of a similar incident that occurred during the week of practice leading up to last year’s Senior Bowl.

"He had that one look on his face I haven't seen in a while, probably since the Senior Bowl," wide receiver Mardy Gilyard told the paper. "So I know something had gone bad with him."

Hopefully for Alexander, when it comes to knee surgery, the fifth time is the charm.

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