Everything went fine for Rams running back Marshall Faulk on Wednesday. Faulk underwent knee surgery to smooth some rough edges and clean out his knee. The procedure should have him back on his feet in three weeks, but he’ll miss playing time beyond that as he waits out the broken bones in his left hand. The knee is the same one he injured in college. In his weekly press conference Mike Martz indicated that the surgery should pay dividends for Faulk this season. Lamar Gordon, who recently earned the starting full back job, will now move into the tailback spot while Faulk heals. Deep-snapper Chris Massey will take over at fullback.