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The 2012 NFL regular season is now over. The St. Louis Rams found some good things to build on under the first year guidance of head coach Jeff Fisher. The Rams fielded a young, aggressive defensive unit in 2012, showing great promise for the next season. Look for St. Louis to add some key pieces through the start of free agency and the 2013 NFL Draft while becoming a player for a potential playoff spot in 2013. The club can also now look forward to see the 2013 NFL regular season schedule for the Rams. Dates and times of games will be determined later this year, typically in April.
Teams in the NFC West will once again play their typical home and away series with divisional opponents. The NFC West teams will play all the teams from the NFC South as well as the AFC South. At-Large games, which are determined by how teams finish the season in the respective divisions, are against the NFC North and the NFC East in 2013.
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ST. LOUIS -- There was a different feeling in the room Monday afternoon when the Rams met for the final time before breaking for the offseason. It was an unusual feeling, one felt just once at Rams Park since 2006.
"We really felt like when the guys left the auditorium, they left with a great deal of enthusiasm and optimism for whats ahead," said first-year coach Jeff...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Jeff Fisher's comeback was a rousing success. Coming off the worst five-year stretch in NFL history, the St. Louis Rams shattered their sad-sack image.
Players from the NFL's youngest roster cleaned out lockers Monday energized about a future of playoff contention after barely missing out on the franchise's first winning record since 2003 - and feeling...
Howard Balzer mentioned in an interview with the Tacoma News Tribune that the “feeling is” that RB Steven Jackson will have a new contract in place with the Rams before February 8th, which is the deadline for him to void his current contract.
Balzer adds that Jackson has his eyes set on becoming a top 10 all-time rusher and finishing out his career with the Rams.
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson ended rumors that he would retire after this season by saying Sunday he'll be back next year. After the Rams' 20-13 loss to Seattle, Jackson told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, "I definitely plan on coming back." He may not be playing for the Rams next year, though. Jackson is expected to void the $7 million player...
SEATTLE — Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson tied Peyton Manning’s NFL record for most touchdown passes by a rookie with 26 after a third-quarter score on Sunday against the St. Louis Rams.
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The end of a long year already feels like the beginning of something new for St Louis football. That's a great feeling, and an unusual one, for Rams fans inured to losing seasons.
A fan's normal practice come the first week of January is to stow all their Rams gear and their pride in the upper shelves along with the Christmas decorations and the summer shorts, things...
Is Steven Jackson considering retirement? While he started the rumor, he ended that rumor after this weekend’s game against the Seahawks (Credit: AP Photo)
With the Saint Louis Rams out of the playoffs for the eighth straight season, running back Steven Jackson has not experienced the playoffs since his rookie year.
During this off-season, Jackson will be an unrestricted free agent...
Rams inactives: QB Austin Davis, WR Steve Smith, RB Terrance Ganaway, TE Cory Harkey, LB Sammy Brown, T Joe Barksdale, DT Matt Conrath.
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The Steven Jackson retirement rumor started by Steven Jackson has been quashed by -- wait for it -- Steven Jackson.
Shortly after the St. Louis Rams ended their season with a 20-13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, Jackson confirmed he plans to return for a 10th NFL season.
"I definitely plan on coming back," he said, via the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
(AP) -- The Seattle Seahawks need to defeat the St. Louis Rams to have any shot of winning their second NFC West title in three seasons.
Even if they don't finish atop the division, the Seahawks could still be riding a wave of momentum into the postseason.
Seattle will look to extend its longest winning streak in five seasons to five games on Sunday when the Rams try to finish...
8-0 at home again!
If the last month hasn’t had that something special’s brewing feeling for you, than how about going 8-0 at home for the first time since the Super Bowl year.
Yes, that’s right, not only did the Seahawks run the table at home, but they also surpassed the 10 win mark for the first time since that fabled year as well.
Something special is brewing indeed in Seattle...
Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said Monday afternoon that the team will address its vacant defensive coordinator spot in the next two weeks or so.
The Rams hired a defensive coordinator in 2012, long-time Fisher assistant Gregg Williams who was let go by the New Orleans Saints. It was the first coaching staff hire Fisher made. Not long after that, the NFL suspended Williams indefinitely...