NFL injury report: Rams lose Harvey Dahl for season

Tom Szczerbowski

Offensive guard Harvey Dahl suffered a torn biceps during St. Louis' Week 15 loss to Minnesota, and will miss the remainder of the season.

The St. Louis Rams lost to Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings in Week 15, and likely saw any hope at a playoff berth disappear with the loss. Along with their playoff chances, the Rams lost offensive lineman Harvey Dahl for the remainder of the season.

Dahl suffered a torn right biceps in the loss, and with only two games left in the season, Dahl will "almost certainly" miss the remainder of the year. Rams head coach Jeff Fisher told the St. Louis Post Dispatch that the team will "take a look at one of the younger guys" in Dahl's absence.

Week 16 will mark the first time Dahl has missed a game in his Rams career. Dahl signed with St. Louis in 2010.

Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola returned from injury, after missing St. Louis' last two games. Amendola was effective, catching six passes for 58 yards and a touchdown. Amendola also added a two-point conversion for the Rams.

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