It's been an up-and-down game for the St. Louis Rams so far against the Arizona Cardinals, but one clear valley was Beanie Wells' 52-yard run midway through the fourth quarter. Unfortunately, that reasoning goes beyond the yardage St. Louis gave up, as second-year safety Darian Stewart was injured on the play while trying to tackle Wells.
Stewart, a 23-year-old out of South Carolina, was trying to make an open field tackle on Wells but failed to make the stop and appeared to land awkwardly while trying to make the diving stop. It's unclear exactly what his status is at this point, or exactly what injury he sustained on the play, but he's an important player for a developing young team.
Here's to hoping that Stewart can get back on the field soon. St. Louis currently trails 23-20 with just a few minutes left in the game.
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