You know, we have to admit, if we were a fan of the St. Louis Rams, or, say, a former USC star who isn't even strong enough right now to make the active roster of the St. Louis Rams, after losing convincingly to the Buzzsaw yesterday, well, we might want to stab someone in the face too.
A St. Louis Rams player has been issued a summons after allegedly hitting a bar patron with a broken bottle during a fight at a popular downtown west nightclub. St. Louis police confirm the incident occurred at about 2 a.m. Monday, about 11 hours after the Rams' loss to the Arizona Cardinals Sunday afternoon. According to police, 22-year-old Dominique Byrd, a tight end, was involved in an altercation at the Pepper Lounge Night Club in the 2000 block of Locust Street.
Witnesses say Byrd broke a bottle and then stabbed a patron in the face during the argument.
Byrd has been on the Rams' inactive list, unable to break up the Hall of Fame tight end logjam that is Joe Klopfenstein and Aaron Walker. With the Rams' history, and the way they're playing right now, this should have him starting next week.