Rams receiver Brian Quick expected to miss rest of season


The news keeps getting worse for the Rams.

In addition to losing left tackle Jake Long for the season, the Rams are expected to lose receiver Brian Quick as well. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Quick has a dislocated shoulder and torn rotator cuff and is likely done for the season.

This is a big blow: Quick is leading the Rams with 375 receiving yards and has been the closest thing the St. Louis offense has had to a big-play threat in the passing game this year.

Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs dropped the Rams to 2-5 and the schedule doesn’t get any easier: The Rams’ next four games are at San Francisco, at Arizona, home against the Broncos and at San Diego.

15 responses to “Rams receiver Brian Quick expected to miss rest of season

  1. Hey Coach Fisher! Do you see that flash of light in the corner of your eye? That’s your career dissipation light. It just went into high gear.

  2. Unbelievable, while the weapons on offense have been much better than in years past Quick was really the only legit game breaker. Britt is washed up, Jared cook is a never was, Tavon is a bust and Bailey is a possession guy.

  3. If we’re being real, this guy should have never been drafted. It took him over 2 yrs to crack the starting line up on a team with possibly the least talented receiving corp in the NFL. And after only 7 games (in 3 yrs) he now joins Jake Long and Sam Bradford as a millionaire sideline statue.

  4. I’m disappointed from an NFC West standpoint. I was really hoping to see the battle that many were forecasting for the NFCW and really only 1 team has risen to the top (Cardinals).

  5. Lets now criticize STL fans for not packing in 66,000 screaming fans for this train wreck. 45-105-1 since 2005 and were expected to get behind it? Trash.

  6. A real fan base would have sold it out weeks in advance. STL doesn’t deserve a football team, they had their chance…
    The funny thing is, it doesn’t matter how loyal the fans are or aren’t. It all depends on the stability of the owner and what their plans are. Cleveland didn’t lose their team because the fans didn’t support them. They left for more $$. Just like the Rams, Raiders, Oilers…

  7. I think it’ll help the Rams. Austin Davis had too many things going on. Now he has one fast downfield guy one possession and a TE. Fischer must adjust the O let t mase run and they will be fine.

  8. From a Seahawks fan:

    I hope the Rams are able to work around all the injuries your team is suffering. You always play us with great intensity and I look forward to our twice a year meetings. Your a good team – best of luck!

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