October 4, 2012; St. Louis, MO, USA; Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (11) talks to St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola (16) after the game at the Edward Jones Dome. Amendola left the game with a collarbone injury. The Rams defeated the Cardinals 17-3. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Scott Rovak-US PRESSWIRE

Conflicting Reports On Danny Amendola's Collarbone

During the St. Louis Rams 17-3 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football, starting wide receiver Danny Amendola went down with a collarbone injury. Initially, reports indicated that Amendola had suffered a broken collarbone but now conflicting reports have come up and the severity of his injury is unknown.

The NFL Network is reporting the Rams “fear” that Amendola has a broken collarbone and a MRI is upcoming to determine how serious the injury is.

Then there is Rams general manager Les Snead who told ESPN: “Amendola’s clavicle doesn’t appear to be broken, and he expects him to be able to play again this season.”

Doctors will re-evaluate Amendola and he will undergo a CT scan to give the doctors a closer look. Regardless of the severity of the injury, Amendola should be able to return late in the season. With a broken clavicle, Amendola would miss 4-10 weeks.

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