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Rams Place Backup Running Back, Corner on Injured Reserved

The Rams make a few roster moves as they head into the final weeks of the NFL season



    Rams Place Backup Running Back, Corner on Injured Reserved
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    ARLINGTON, TX - OCTOBER 01: Jaylon Smith #54, Jeff Heath #38 and Kavon Frazier #35 of the Dallas Cowboys stop Malcolm Brown #34 of the Los Angeles Rams in the second half of a game at AT&T Stadium on October 1, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

    The Los Angeles Rams have placed running back Malcolm Brown and cornerback Dominique Hatfield on injured reserve.

    The NFC West champions also promoted rookie linebacker Trevon Young from the practice squad to the active roster Tuesday.

    Brown injured his collarbone earlier this month. He has spent four seasons as Todd Gurley's backup, racking up 264 yards from scrimmage this year.

    Hatfield will need surgery after injuring his ankle Sunday. The Los Angeles native played extensively on special teams during his second season with the Rams.

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    Young was a sixth-round pick out of Louisville. He has played in two games for the Rams, and he recovered a fumble against San Francisco.

    The Rams (11-2) host defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia (6-7) on Sunday night.

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