--Rookie RB Arlen Harris was replaced as the punt returner by DeJuan Groce after muffing a punt for the second time in two weeks. This one was recovered in the end zone for a Seattle touchdown. The previous week, the 49ers recovered at the Rams' 11-yard line and subsequently scored a touchdown.
--FB Dan Curley injured a calf muscle in pregame warmups and did not play. Curley first
suffered the calf injury before training camp, then injured it again in pregame
warmups before the Aug. 8 preseason game against Oakland. Curley had an MRI
Monday to assess the severity of the injury.
--CB Travis Fisher
missed some key time in the fourth quarter because of a shoulder injury that was
diagnosed as a bruised AC joint. He is expected to play Sunday against
--LB Courtland Bullard suffered a significant tear to
his hamstring and will be out for a while, according to coach Mike Martz.
--LB Jamie Duncan, the club's special teams captain,
suffered a mild high ankle sprain, but is expected to play this
--With LB Scott Shanle out of the game with a hamstring
injury, the Rams were down to four healthy linebackers.
Chris Massey will likely play fullback this week after filling in there against
Seattle. The Rams are reluctant to use Massey at fullback because is such a
consistent long snapper.
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