Warner sacked six times, hit much more

NEW YORK -- St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner suffered a concussion Sunday in the Rams' 23-13 loss to the
New York Giants and was to be hospitalized overnight.

A CT scan and X-rays on his neck and head taken Sunday night were negative.

Coach Mike Martz said Warner would return to St. Louis on

Martz said the injury may have occurred in the first quarter
when Warner was sacked in the end zone and fumbled, with the ball
recovered for a touchdown by the Giants.

"He didn't seem the same after that," Martz said. "A lot of
times he didn't seem to understand the plays we were calling from
the sidelines."

Warner complained of an upset stomach after the game and lay in
the trainer's room before Dr. Bernard Garfinkel, the team
physician, made the diagnosis.

Garfinkel said the concussion was "mild to moderate."

Martz said Warner has had previous concussions, but wasn't sure
how many.

Warner finished 34-for-54 for 342 yards, one touchdown and one
interception. He was sacked six times and fumbled six times.