St. Louis Rams Injury Update: Harris And Hoomanawanui Could Be Lost For Season

While the St. Louis Rams were able to sneak by the Cleveland Browns for the 13-12 victory, the injuries continued to pile up for a team that has lost numerous key contributors over the first 10 weeks of the season. According to the St. Louis Rams Twitter page, it seems likely that CB Al Harris and TE Mike Hoomanawanui will both miss the rest of the season after suffering injuries in the win over Cleveland:

@STLouisRams: TE Mike Hoomanawanui and CB Al Harris have significant knee injuries. Spagnuolo expects to lose both for the season.

The loss of Harris will be especially difficult for the Rams to deal with, as the secondary has already been depleted because of injury. If he is forced to miss the remainder of the season, Harris will join Bradley Fletcher, Ron Bartell and Jerome Murphy on the IR.

Hoomanawanui has battled injuries throughout his career, which has really slowed the progress of the talented TE. Hommanawanui has played in only 15 games in his two year career, with a multitude of injuries sidelining him.

Stay tuned to Turf Show Times, SB Nation's St. Louis Rams blog, for more injury updates following the win.

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