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Judged merely on his on-field play, Janoris Jenkins could have been the first cornerback taken in the 2012 NFL draft. Unfortunately, the Rams' rookie's college career didn't go as smoothly as he may have hoped. That's why St. Louis was able to bite when they saw the talented player still waiting for them with the 39th overall pick in the second round. It was a steal for the Rams, because if Jenkins can keep his nose clean, he could wind up being the best defensive player in his rookie class. Jenkins was arrested three times during his college career, and the final run-in with the law booted him from the University of Florida. Jenkins was forced to transfer to Division 2's North Alabama, where he was criticised for not dominating lower competition, even though he was rarely thrown at. Jenkins was arrested first in May of 2009 for assault and resisting arrest when he punched a man trying to steal his gold chain. He then ran from police when he w...

Danny Amendola hoping to play against Patriots

St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola believes he may play this Sunday  Amendola said there’s an “outside chance” he will play against the New England Patriots when the two teams play at Wembley Stadium in London. On Wednesday and Thursday the Ram receiver took limited reps during practice. Coach Jeff Fisher has not ruled him out instead he’s going to “wait and see...

Danny Amendola Returns To Practice Wednesday

Rams wideout Danny Amendola returned to practice Wednesday, according to coach Jeff Fisher on a conference call.Fantasy Spin:Amendola will still likely end up missing more than a month but it's good to know that he isn't going to miss the entire season. If he's been dropped in your league and you have room to stash him, he could be valuable come fantasy playoff time.

Danny Amendola limited in practice

The St. Louis Rams received a small boost today when wide receiver Danny Amendola returned to practice. Amendola was limited in practice and will most likely won’t play this week, … Continue reading »

Danny Amendola gives himself a chance to play

Boston.comSt. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola is recovering faster than expected from a right shoulder injury, and even thinks there’s an ‘‘outside chance’’ he can play against the Patriots on Sunday.Amendola returned to practice this week, but was limited both Wednesday and Thursday at the team’s sessions in London. The Rams’ leading receiver this season hurt...

Getting to know the UK Rams fans

As Americans, we're raised (or at least encouraged) to think a lot of funny things about Brits. They are stodgier than us and proper-er than us, and conversely, when they get silly (see Python, Monty), they are much sillier than us. But particularly when it comes to sport, they are quite different from us. Or so we're led to believe...  Take cricket, for example, an...

Amendola doesn't rule out playing vs Patriots

LONDON (AP) St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola is recovering faster than expected from a right shoulder injury, and even thinks there's an "outside chance" he can play against the Patriots on Sunday. Amendola returned to practice this week, but was limited both Wednesday and Thursday at the team's sessions in London. The Rams' leading receiver this...

Rams Arrive In London Early

The St. Louis Rams land in London to get early jump on preparation for Patriots.

RamSpotting: the UK Fans' guide to the St Louis Rams

The atmosphere at the Edward Jones Dome last Sunday resembled that of a college bowl game, with fans of each team in seemingly equal numbers upping the volume after a good play by either team. The Rams can expect another divided "home" crowd this week in front of football-mad, but largely affiliation-free, London NFL fans. That said, though, it is the Londoner's...

Rams hit the ground running in London

LONDON (AP) Things are moving quickly for Sam Bradford and the St. Louis Rams as they deal with a change of continents and time zones. Now their bodies just have to catch up in time for the annual NFL game in London on Sunday against the New England Patriots. The Rams (3-4) arrived at Heathrow airport early Tuesday morning, and a few hours later they were on a wet field in Regent...

No home field advantage for Rams in London

LONDON (AP) The St. Louis Rams are familiar with fans cheering for the opposition, even at their home games. They're likely to get an even bigger dose of that Sunday when they go up against the New England Patriots at Wembley in the annual NFL game in London. The Rams are technically the home team, but the Patriots - and especially Tom Brady - have a much bigger international...
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