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Justin Forsett leaves Rams game with fractured arm

Forsett sustained a fractured arm early in the game.

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett left the team's game against the St. Louis Rams with an arm injury on Sunday. Forsett took a huge hit from Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald and was down on the field for some time. Eventually, his arm was put in an air cast on the sideline and he was taken to the locker room.

Forsett was having a good day before he sustained the injury with four carries for 26 yards. The team announced Forsett fractured his arm and will not return to Sunday's game.

It's been a good season for Forsett. He has 151 carries for 641 yards and two touchdowns and has caught 31 passes for 153 yards. Behind him on the depth chart, Javorius Allen entered this week with 42 carries for 182 yards and Lorenzo Taliaferro has 13 carries for 47 yards.

Forsett had a breakout year with the Ravens in 2014. The 30-year-old had 1,266 yards and a per-carry average of 5.4 yards. He came into this season as the unquestioned starter.

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