-- Fisher said that three of the five to depart Saturday’s game due to injury could be back very soon.
“We’ll miss Trumaine anywhere from four to six weeks with an MCL sprain,” Fisher said. He added that one from the trio of
“We’ll be OK there until Tru comes back,” Fisher said.
-- As for two lineup changes on the offensive side for Saturday’s game, Fisher said there was not much to them. According to the head coach,
“We knew that Greg was going to play both positions, so we got Rodger in there early,” Fisher said. “Greg played pretty well. Again, he got plenty of snaps. He’s improving. He’s going to be a really good player for us.”
-- The Rams also had plenty of success defensively Saturday night, surrendering only 32 yards on the ground and 146 yards through the air.
“We did everything that we wanted to do defensively,” Fisher said. “We played with tremendous effort, tackled well, didn’t give up many explosive plays, got off the field on third down.”
“He gets it and he ran around and made plays,” Fisher said of Davis. “He’d like to have a couple throws back, but he moved the ball around really well. He’s had a good camp so far, so obviously Austin would step up to the two spot right now if it were the start of the regular season.”
-- Fisher said that rookie defensive end
“Because of the flow of the game, we played guys a little bit longer, so [we] didn’t give him as many reps as we’d like,” Fisher said. “But we’ll get him probably good playing time this week.”
-- Finally, also on the injury front, Fisher said that linebacker