NFL injury report: Rams lose Danny Amendola, Quintin Mikell in win

Scott Rovak-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Danny Amendola and Quintin Mikell were the big names on the injury list for the St. Louis Rams following their 17-3 win over Arizona. They also lost LB Mario Haggan.

Despite getting a big 17-3 win over the Arizona Cardinals, the St. Louis Rams were a bit banged up on Friday morning after two big injuries.

Danny Amendola was the first to go down in the second quarter, taken off the field with what looked like a broken collarbone. More tests are going to be run on the breakout wide receiver to see if the injury is going to knock him out for the season or just a couple of weeks.

A few plays later, safety Quintin Mikell smacked his head against Josh Hull's knee, knocking him out for a short while as trainers attended to him. He left the field with no problems later, but did not return to the game.

Linebacker Mario Haggan was also lost to a thigh injury during the win.

In better news, the groin injury that had been plaguing starting running back Steven Jackson all season seemed to be feeling better, as the star running back broke out for the best game of the season so far. He put together a 73-yard game in the win.

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