NFC West injury report: Craig Dahl, Rodger Saffold suffer setbacks

David Welker

Two of the division's teams endured new injuries in Week 14, and two teams were fortunate enough to get through the weekend without additional injuries.

After their Week 14 games, two teams in the NFC West are dealing with new injury problems, and two teams were fortunate enough to avoid new setbacks.

San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle/ tight end Demarcus Dobbs left his team's 27-13 win over the Dolphins with a knee injury and was seen on crutches afterward. Dobbs will undergo an MRI to further examine the injury Monday.

St. Louis Rams offensive lineman Rodger Saffold tried to play through a back injury but had to leave the team's 15-12 win over Buffalo on a couple of occasions. Safety Craig Dahl had to leave the game after suffering what may have been a concussion.

The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals appeared to escape their Week 14 game unscathed. Both teams came into the weekend dealing with a number of injuries; the Seahawks were without cornerback Marcus Trufant, and running back Marshawn Lynch played despite a back injury. The Cardinals were dealing with injuries to quarterback Kevin Kolb and running back Beanie Wells, among others. Seattle won the contest, 58-0.

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