Rookie linebacker Josh Hull suffered a season ending knee injury during Wednesday’s practice, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Hull tore ligaments in his knee on a non-contact play. He was the Rams second linebacker to be lost in the last week and it left the team with only four healthy linebackers. To fill Hull’s void the club moved newly signed fullback Brit Miller to the linebacking corp and also signed Bryan Kehl off waivers. Both players are expected to be used primary on special teams.

Mancini’s Take: This is a rough blow for both Hull and the Rams. But Hull has done nothing but defy the odds since his college days when

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