The St. Louis Rams are leading the Cleveland Browns as they play on Sunday afternoon. That's the good news. There's bad news, though, and it's that cornerback Al Harris has sustained an injury and won't return for the rest of the game. The veteran injured his right knee early in the game, and the team is reporting now that he won't be able to return.
Harris, 37, joined the Rams before this season. He appeared in all eight games, making four starts, although he never intercepted a pass or recorded a sack. Once one of the best cornerbacks in the game, Harris has felt the effects of old age, especially on his playing time. Harris never missed a single game over the first ten seasons of his career, but he played in just 25 games from 2008 through 2010.
The Rams also announced that safety Darian Stewart, who injured his head in Sunday's game, is a questionable return. They may be cautious and hold him out.
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