Dahl injured in Rams’ loss to Seattle
Fallon’s Harvey Dahl left St. Louis’ 14-9 loss Monday to Seattle in the third quarter with a knee injury. The extent of the injury was unknown at press time.
The Rams’ offensive line helped pave the way for the team’s first 200-yard rushing performance in five years as rookie running back Zac Stacy ran for 134 yards on 26 carries, the most by a Rams rookie in nine years.
Fallon’s other NFL player, Josh Mauga, is currently on the injured reserve list with the Jets.
After starting on their own 3-yard line, the St. Louis Rams marched down the field late in the fourth quarter against Seattle but on the game’s final play, backup quarterback Kellen Clemens’ pass sailed high and fell incomplete.
Clemens, filling in for injured Sam Bradford, completed 15 of 31 passes for 158 yards as St. Louis outgained Seattle 339-135. St. Louis (3-5) hosts Tennessee on Sunday.