Rams' Bulger will undergo evaluation after hit to head

ST. LOUIS -- Kurt Warner wasn't the only quarterback who got rocked by a hard, high hit in the Cardinals-Rams game. St. Louis quarterback Marc Bulger said he also took a blow to the head late in Arizona's 21-13 victory on Sunday.

Bulger was injured on the team's final possession, apparently on a sack by Darnell Dockett, and will undergo evaluation on Monday. Warner was held out in the second half as a precaution after experiencing concussion-related symptoms following a hit by Rams safety O.J. Atogwe that drove the quarterback's head into the turf.

Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said Bulger got a "little bit dinged in the head. He took some whacks there at the end."

Like Warner, Bulger said his head had cleared after the game. Bulger added he also had hamstring and groin injuries.

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