St. Louis Rams Injury Update: Brian Quick Has Back Spams

ST. LOUIS, MO - MAY 12: Brian Quick #83 of the St. Louis Rams participates in a drill during rookie mini camp at the ContinuityX Training Center on May 12, 2012 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

Brandon Quick's back spasms injury isn't thought to be serious, and Quick should resume practicing this week.

St. Louis Rams rookie wide receiver Brian Quick exited St. Louis' preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs in the third quarter because of back spasms on Saturday.

Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said that Quick is sore, but expects the wide receiver to practice this week.

Fisher also had more good news on the injury front. Cornerback Bradley Fletcher, safety Darian Stewart, center Scott Wells and wide receiver Brandon Gibson are all expected to return to practice this week, as the Rams get ready for a Week 3 preseason battle against the Dallas Cowboys.

It is certainly good news for Sam Bradford that Quick and Gibson will return to practice this week, as it is imperative for the young quarterback to establish a rapport with his receivers.

Danario Alexander, another young wide receiver, did not play against the Chiefs.

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