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St. Louis Rams' Donnie Avery Out With Foot Injury

SAN FRANCISCO - NOVEMBER 16:  Donnie Avery #17 of the St. Louis Rams looks on during the game against the San Francisco 49ers on November 16, 2008 at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
Krishna DhaniCorrespondent IAugust 10, 2009

ESPN.com reports that St. Louis Rams wide receiver Donnie Avery is will be out for four-to-six weeks due to an injury to his foot.

When he took the MRI, it wasn’t any ordinary damage.

It was a significant damage.

This was even worse then when Avery got soreness in his left foot on Saturday morning.

This started to get way out of control.

That's when the Rams dispatched the report.

The St. Louis Rams are lacking on the their wide receivers.

They are having a hard time deciding on their top three options to play behind Avery.

Those receivers include Keenan Burton, Ronald Curry, and Laurent Robinson.

ESPN.com says they appear to be the three best for not only Avery, but for the team of St. Louis as well.

Avery was drafted in the second round of the NFL Draft last year (also the first wide receiver taken in the draft as well) for the Rams and caught 53 passes for 674 yards and three touchdowns during his campaign as a rookie player.

I wish all the luck to him coming into the new football season of 2009-10.

 


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