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ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The St. Louis Rams have waived wide receiver Danario Alexander, a star at Missouri who has not been able to stay on the field in the NFL, with an injury settlement.
Alexander has had multiple surgeries on his left knee and has been dogged by a hamstring injury all summer, participating in a handful of practices and missing the first three preseason games. Alexander had 26 catches with two touchdowns and a 16.6-yard average last season in 10 games, five of them starts.
In a mild surprise, defensive tackle Trevor Laws was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.
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The Rams have become at a fixture at the top of April's draft and their anemic passing game holds a good amount of the blame. St Louis finished last season as the 30th ranked passing attack while averaging just 179 YPG. Former first overall pick Sam Bradford missed 6 games last season due to injury and has reported that his ankle won't be 100% until after this season (sounds...
The Saint Louis Rams are once again ready to begin the regular season with a receiving core that looks like the extra’s names at the end of the movie. With the exception of Steve Smith, the Rams receiving core is literally unknown, and for good reason. Terrell Owens can catch the ball, is in great shape and the Rams could use the publicity.
ST. LOUIS It figures to be a nervous couple of days around Rams Park this week.
After 15 players were trimmed from the roster by Monday's deadline, the Rams still have to make 22 additional cuts by Friday at 3 p.m. to reach the regular season limit of 53 players.
And with their final preseason game set for Thursday night at 6 p.m. against the Baltimore Ravens, the next few...
The roller coaster that is the St. Louis Rams' preseason continued Saturday night, hitting another dip after losing 20-19 to the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium.
Although the game was close on the scoreboard, the Cowboys were firmly in control throughout, despite starters Demarcus Ware, Miles Austin, Jason Witten, and Dez Bryant all missing the game. The Rams again flashed...
Filed to ESPN: #Jets close to finalizing deal for Rams RT Jason Smith, league sources. RT Wayne Hunter part of deal. Smith, No. 2 pick '09.
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) August 28, 2012
And with that, the de-evolution of the Rams' tackle position is finally complete. It cannot possibly get any worse. From having a future Hall of Famer in Orlando Pace in his prime...
The Jets and Rams have completed their swap of struggling right tackles, with New York acquiring Jason Smith from St. Louis for Wayne Hunter.
Both Smith, the No. 2 overall pick by the Rams in the 2009 draft, and Hunter had lost their starting jobs and the trade gives both a chance to rejuvenate their careers elsewhere.
Smith was due $4 million this season, but a person familiar...
By: DR RAM @DR_RAM_ Not pretty, but let’s get to it. - The Rams secondary was a leaking boat in the Bering Sea. With no Darian Stewart, the awful play
Wayne Hunter has been traded
The Jets traded beleaguered right tackle Wayne Hunter to the Rams on Monday night, according to a league source. A few days after Rex Ryan benched Hunter in favor for journeyman Austin Howard, Gang Green shipped Hunter to St. Louis for former first-round right tackle Jason Smith. -NY Daily News
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The New York Jets have acquired Jason Smith from the St. Louis Rams for Wayne Hunter in a swap of disappointing right tackles.
Kenny Zuckerman, Hunter's agent, confirmed the deal Monday night, telling The Associated Press it was pending physicals on Tuesday.
Smith was the No. 2 overall pick by the Rams (No. 28 in the AP Pro32) in the 2009 draft, but failed to live up to lofty...
The New York Jets have had concerns about the right tackle spot throughout the preseason, and on Monday they tried to address that issue by acquiring Jason Smith from the St. Louis Rams, multiple media outlets reported Monday. In exchange, the Jets gave the Rams offensive tackle Wayne Hunter, who had been part of the problem for the Jets on the offensive line. In fact, both...
According to Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger, the New York Jets have officially traded tackle Wayne Hunter to the St. Louis Rams for tackle Jason Smith.
And now, the Hunter-Smith swap is done, source says. #nyj
— Jenny Vrentas (@JennyVrentas) August 28, 2012