Posted by Josh Katzowitz
UPDATED 4:58 p.m. ET: According to Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post Dispatch, the injury to Sam Bradford's finger is a good-news, bad-news situation.
Writes Miklasz: "Bradford's injury right index finger. X ray: no break. But some numbness; next an MRI. Spags said might be a 'nerve' issue in finger."
Said Bradford after the game: "(It's) not painful, but I don't have the motion (in finger) that I want to right now."
It was not a good day for the Rams.
In the midst of getting dominated by the Eagles 31-13, St. Louis lost its top receiver (possibly for the year), its top running back and, worst of all, its former No. 1 pick quarterback.
You already knew that running back Steven Jackson left the game with a right quadriceps injury, but in the second half, receiver Danny Amendola -- who led the team with 85 catches last year and had five for 45 yards today -- dislocated his elbow and Sam Bradford had to leave the game to get a finger on his right hand X-rayed.
We don’t know the extent of Bradford’s injury, but the loss of Amendola could be costly. His injury leaves the rest of his season in serious doubt and means Brandon Gibson and Mike Sims-Walker will become the go-to receivers for whoever is playing quarterback.
To make matters just a little bit worse, cornerback Ron Bartell also was lost to injury.
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