Found October 30, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Sam Bradford
TEAMS: St. Louis Rams
The St. Louis Rams have announced that quarterback Sam Bradford will undergo ACL surgery next Tuesday. Dr. James Andrews will perform surgery on Sam Bradford's torn ACL next Tuesday. — St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) October 31, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Sam Bradford will undergo knee surgery next week appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Rams Notebook: Bradford can't stay away from the football lifestyle

EARTH CITY, Mo. --Sam Bradford was back in front of reporters and television cameras at Rams Park on Wednesday for the first time since suffering a season-ending knee injury at Carolina. But the quarterback has been around his teammates plenty in the week and a half since, basically doing whatever possible while also preparing for his upcoming surgery. "Someone asked like...

Jeff Fisher still defending decision on the last play of Monday night's game: 'We thought it gave us the best chance'

It's all or nothing for a head coach, there are no moral victories and for St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher, there seems to be no right answers either. A day later, the last play of Monday night’s 14-9 loss to Seattle remained the most scrutinized and Fisher is still explaining what the thought process was.

Rams sticking with Kellen Clemens

St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has made it clear that they’re sticking with Kellen Clemens as their starter. “Yeah, we’re good,” Fisher said via “He’s a little sore. I don’t know if he’ll do much (Wednesday) but he’ll be fine. I think he only stands to improve.” Fisher doesn’t have a choice. He has to stick with the quarterback that gives his...

Tavon Austin showcased his flopping skills on MNF

Early in the fourth quarter of the Monday Night barnburner between the Rams and the Seahawks—won 14-9 by Seattle—St. Louis WR Tavon Austin got bumped by a Hawks defender whilst tripping over his own teammate, which led to the rookie performing a dive so European soccer-esque that it had many folks looking for a yellow card from the ref… Love how Austin tried selling it by...

Rams face major decisions as their season continues to get worse

Although they have three wins, the St. Louis Rams are one of the worst teams in football, and despite what some may consider a moral victory over the far superior Seattle Seahawks, the Rams are still struggling to remain competitive. The single biggest problem ailing the Rams continues to be a lackluster offensive attack. Their defense has given them the opportunity to win some...

Rams defense shines in glare of Monday night spotlight

ST. LOUIS -- Robert Quinn knows these opportunities don't come along often. The St. Louis Rams hosted the Seattle Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome on Monday in their first Monday Night Football matchup in nearly three years, and Quinn and his defensive teammates seized the chance to strut their stuff. Seven sacks of quarterback Russell Wilson. A paltry 135 yards of total offense...

Rams Herd answers Total Titans' questions about the Rams

It's back to the Q&A grind this week, as Will of Rams Herd, Bloguin's St. Louis Rams blog, stops by to answer a few questions about this week's big matchup at the Edward Jones Dome against Cortland Finnegan, Jared Cook, William Hayes, some Rams players who did not in fact ever play for the Titans, and, oh yes, Jeff Fisher's mustache. The last game between...

Fantasy Football Injury News: Rams RB Zac Stacy likely to play Sunday

Zac Stacy provided a much needed burst to the St. Louis Rams offense on Monday night against the Seattle Seahawks. Stacy turned in the first 100-yard performance for the Rams of the season as he rushed for 134 yards on 26 carries against a very stingy Seattle defense. It was just the second 100-yard runner allowed by the Seahawks this season, the other coming in week four when Houston...

Fisher not blaming Clemens for loss to Seahawks

ST. LOUIS (AP) Robert Quinn and Chris Long each had three sacks. Too bad the St. Louis Rams' defensive ends couldn't celebrate after the game, too. Coach Jeff Fisher, looking somewhat bleary-eyed, wasn't placing blame on backup quarterback Kellen Clemens for falling 1 yard shy of upsetting the Seattle Seahawks. The Rams (3-5) were held to three field goals in a 14-9...

Tavon Austin Says Playing in the NFL is Harder Than He Thought

Sometimes making the adjustment from college to the NFL seems easy. Other times, its pretty difficult and take a couple years. Rams WR and return man Tavon Austin says that his transition has been harder than he expected: “This isn’t supposed to be easy,” he said. “Maybe it was a little harder than I thought at first. But all I can do is keep working.” “It’s all about...

Red Bryant on Rams' running game: 'They just kicked our ass'

Only by the grace of an inept Rams passing game were the Seahawks able to muster a win Monday night. Ironically, the very same St. Louis offense that ran all over Seattle most of the evening settled for a Kellen Clemens pass attempt on 4th-and-1 with four seconds left in the game and trailing 14-9. Predictably, the ball fell incomplete. Thanks for coming, game over. Despite the win...

Zac Stacy Has Avoided a High Ankle Sprain

Rams running back Zac Stacy has avoided a high-ankle sprain, according to Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports.Fantasy Spin:Stacy looked tremendous Monday night against Seattle, gashing a strong Seattle defensive front for 134 yards on 26 carries. However, he was on the sidelines late in the fourth as St. Louis was trying to punch in the go-ahead score and Daryl Richardson got stuffed on...
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