Found November 10, 2011 on
St. Louis Rams
Rams center Jason Brown was Billy Devaney's signature signing. No one imaginged he'd be a "healthy scratch" three years later.
The Rams coaching staff wanted to send a shock wave through their team, and no better place to start than the middle of it all, I suppose. Center Jason Brown has been benched, held up as an example for an offensive line that has underperformed as a whole.
Brendan Wiese (@bwiese16) of KFNS, who originally broke the story on Twitter yesterday afternoon, also spoke directly with Brown on his benching. According to Brown, the team told him "We're trying to make changes." But Brown wasn't given much more than that:
"As far as giving me an acceptable or good reason, they actually couldn't give me a good reason, other than that they wanted to test out some of the other guys."
The other guy in this case is former 49er Tony Wragge, who was last employed as a starter (at guard) back in 2008. In limited action ...
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The Browns are coming off a thorough drubbing from which surgeons are still trying to extract the ball from down their throats where the Texans systematically ran it. The competition level gets a little lighter with St. Louis this week, and clearly there will be some, “Hey, you! I know you! I know you!” going on between Pat Shurmur and his former team.
St. Louis is down there...
The St. Louis Rams are expected to activate wide receiver Mark Clayton on Wednesday.
Clayton has been on the physically unable to perform list while recovering from a ruptured patellar tendon ended his season in Week 5 in 2010.
The Rams have been hit hard by injuries at wide receiver, losing Danny Amendola earlier in the season and rookie Greg Salas to a broken leg on Sunday.
The St. Louis Rams activated wide receiver Mark Clayton from the physically unable to perform list on Wednesday.
Clayton, who has been sidelined while recovering from a ruptured patellar tendon ended his season in Week 5 in 2010, is expected to be in the lineup for Sunday's game against Cleveland.
The Rams have been hit hard by injuries at wide receiver, losing Danny Amendola...
The St. Louis Rams' defense had its best day of the season last weekend. After Patrick Peterson's 99-yard punt return in overtime at Arizona, it was lost in the shuffle.
The Rams defense held the Cardinals to 262 total yards in the 19-13 loss. The Cardinals converted just two of their 10 third-down plays.
Two weeks ago in a 31-21 victory over New Orleans, the Rams gave...
The Rams put another piece of the offense back in position
Wednesday, when they placed wide receiver Mark Clayton on the
Center Jason Brown says he wasn't given a specific reason for
his demotion from the Rams' starting lineup. And obviously, he's
not happy about it. But he also told the Post-Dispatch that he's
Sam Bradford is getting some help at wide receiver. The Rams have activated Mark Clayton from the PUP list, as reported by Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and he’s expected be in the lineup when the team plays the Browns this weekend. Clayton has been out since injuring his knee in the fifth…
Put two and two together, and you'd think Steven Jackson would
be anticipating a huge day Sunday, when the Rams face the Browns in