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Coach Jeff Fisher confirmed Monday that Quick (shoulder) is done for the season.

Quick will need surgery to repair what is described as a significant injury to his shoulder. With Quick out for the season, the likes of Kenny Britt, Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin are candidates to see added looks in the Rams' passing offense going forward.

Brian Quick WR STL 1 Month

Quick reportedly suffered a dislocated shoulder and torn rotator cuff in Sunday's loss to the Chiefs, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

We'll await official confirmation of the wideout's status, but the report suggests that Quick is likely done for the season. In such a scenario, the likes of Kenny Britt, Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin would presumably be in line to absorb some of targets normally directed to Quick in the coming weeks.

Brian Quick WR STL 1 Month

Quick was spotted with a sling on his left shoulder in the Rams' locker room after Sunday's loss to the Chiefs, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

Quick noted that he didn't know the severity of his injury just yet, but for the time being we'll consider the wideout iffy for Week 9's contest against the 49ers.

Brian Quick WR STL 1 Month

Quick (arm) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game versus Kansas City.

Quick suffered an arm injury during the first-half Sunday, halting his production at just one catch for 10 yards. At the moment, the extent of Quick's injury is uncertain, but clarification should come in the near future.

Brian Quick WR STL 1 Month

Quick suffered an arm injury during Sunday's game against the Chiefs and is considered questionable to return, NFL.com reports.

Quick made one catch (on two targets) for 10 yards prior to exiting Sunday's contest. With Quick's status still unclear, Kenny Britt could command more attention in St. Louis' passing game until further notice.

Brian Quick WR STL 1 Month

Quick had two catches on two targets for 33 yards Sunday against the Seahawks.

Quick has had a very up-and-down season, and unfortunately he's in a downward swing right now. He was targeted 18 times in the first two games of the season, four times in Week 3 when he scored a touchdown, nine times again in Week 5 (when he scored two touchdowns) after the bye, but has garnered only six passes in the last two games combined, catching three of them for 43 yards. Quarterback Austin Davis continues to spread the ball around, which doesn't help Quick's fantasy value. Adding to the negatives, the Rams will travel to Kansas City in Week 8 to face a Chiefs defense ranked fifth in fewest passing yards allowed per game this season.

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Quick caught 1-of-4 targets for 10 yards in Monday's 31-17 loss to the 49ers.

Quick surprisingly saw fewer targets than Jared Cook (11), Kenny Britt (six) and Tavon Austin (four), tying Austin Pettis (four) for fourth place on the team. Quick ranks second on the Rams in both targets (35) and receptions (22) this season, while his 332 receiving yards and three touchdowns lead the team. Though Kenny Britt has been involved in the offense for three consecutive games, Quick can still be viewed as the team's No. 1 wide receiver.

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Quick had five catches on nine targets for 87 yards and two touchdowns Sunday against the Eagles.

Quick has been very solid this season, catching at least seven passes for 74 yards or scoring a touchdown in each game this season. While he was a solid PPR option in the first two weeks, he's now scored three touchdowns in his last two games. There's no question he has excellent chemistry with quarterback Austin Davis, which is great news from a fantasy perspective, as head coach Jeff Fisher announced earlier this week that Davis will be the starter for the rest of the season.

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Quick had two catches on four targets for 62 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Cowboys.

Quick has been a very solid contributor in PPR leagues this season, catching 14 passes on 18 targets for 173 yards in two games heading into Sunday's contest, and while he didn't rack up the receptions against the Cowboys, his 51-yard touchdown on the first play of the second quarter made up for it. Unfortunately for fantasy owners, Quick and the Rams head out on an early bye in Week 4, so they'll have to wait until Week 5 against the Eagles to continue the positive momentum.

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Quick hauled in seven of nine passes for 74 yards in Sunday's 19-17 win at Tampa Bay.

It was the second straight productive game for Quick, who nearly came down with a long pass late in the fourth quarter. Austin Davis has been respectable for St. Louis thus far, but the impending return of Shaun Hill (thigh) should boost Quick's stock a little.