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Rams are banged up at tailback

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It’s a good thing the Rams have not yet given up on second-year second-round running back Isaiah Pead.  Come Sunday, they might need him.

Of the team’s top four tailbacks, the third-stringer is the only one who isn’t injured.  The others — Zac Stacy (foot), Daryl Richardson (foot), and Benny Cunningham (ankle) — are all questionable.

On Friday, Stacy participated in practice on a limited basis, Richardson sat out, and Cunningham was a full go.

Also questionable if defensive end Chris Long, who has an illness, and quarterback Brady Quinn, who has a hip injury.  Guard Harvey Dahl (knee) is out.

The Rams, coached by former Titans coach Jeff Fisher, host Tennessee on Sunday in a rematch of Super Bowl XXXIV.

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2 Responses to “Rams are banged up at tailback”
  1. beastmode5150 says: Nov 2, 2013 9:28 AM

    How is Quinn injured? Clipboard heavy? Hurt it flying from team to team?

  2. turfrage says: Nov 2, 2013 10:09 PM

    It’s Robert Quinn with the illness according to the team and every other news source. Where did you get Chris Long?

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