Urban among inactives

Posted by Darren Urban on November 22, 2009 – 12:33 pm

For those wondering if Early Doucet has surpassed Jerheme Urban on the depth chart, Urban is inactive today for the Rams’ game after not playing a snap last week. TE Stephen Spach is the choice to sit at that position (along with Dominique Byrd) as Anthony Becht stays in the lineup and Ben Patrick returns from injury.

The other inactives:

  • QB Brian St. Pierre
  • S Rashad Johnson
  • LB Chike Okeafor (back)
  • OL Herman Johnson
  • OL Brandon Keith

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3 Responses to “Urban among inactives”

  1. By Brad on Nov 22, 2009 | Reply

    Urban has always contributed to the offense and Doucet dropped a few last week…. Hmmmmmm

  2. By Urbanator on Nov 22, 2009 | Reply

    I do not understand the Cards at all. Urban has made a couple of plays in the past that haven’t been to popular, but to totally give up on him and now put him inactive is an injustice to Cards fans and the team. I think Doucet is a decent WR, but not someone who outshines Urban. During all the times when Doucet was hurt and couldn’t play who stepped up, Urban did. And now look how the coaches reward his hard work amd contribution to the team. If anything I hope they are singling out Urban for the first half losses, because if anyone should have been ,maybe it should have been Mr. 5 INT man who fumbles all the time. I am still a Cards fan, but very upset by the past couple of weeks. I think they should be rotating Urban and Doucet every series.

  3. By Gridley on Nov 22, 2009 | Reply

    Just a couple of weeks ago Whiz goes out and says what a good job Urban is doing; ever since then it has been either decrease Urb’s opportunities (one target three weeks ago), keep him off the field altogether (last week) and now the injustice of putting his a** on the inactive list so Mr. can’t stay healthy can catch one pass. What a coincidence, this is Urban’s final year of his contract and it looks like the Cards are doing what they can to keep anyone else from wanting to sign him during the offseason.

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