Found August 06, 2012 on Juan Elway:

 Brian Quick is looking to grab a starting WR position on the Rams as Danny Amendola and Steve Smith are making all the headlines.  S/O to @lifesyoucup for another awesome GIF.

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Rams QB Sam Bradford admits his frustration over nagging ankle injury

Regardless of their investment in him, the St. Louis Rams will have to rethink where their loyalties lie in 2013 if Sam Bradford does not take a major leap forward in this his third year in the league. That is not a prediction that Bradford will do poorly. In fact, with his favorite weapon Danny Amendola back from injury, receiver Brandon Gibson tearing it up as he fights for his...

CB Fletcher impressing Rams, so far

Updates. New St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher admits he is not that familiar with veteran cornerback Bradley Fletcher. But he likes what he has seen so far. Fletcher's problem has been staying on the field. After playing all 16 games for the Rams in 2010 and making 65 solo tackles and four interceptions, he appeared in just four games in 2011 before tearing his right ACL for...

St. Louis Rams Fan Fest: Complete Scrimmage Analysis

For years, while living under the shadow of the Greatest Show on Turf, the Rams lost games and fans through unfocused and uninspired attempts to become what they once were. By finally choosing a new model, the feeling in Rams Park is that the franchise has finally gained some traction in the uphill climb back to respectability. Along with a major upheaval internally, the Rams have...

Sam Bradford’s ankle still isn’t healthy

Getty Images St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford told reporters on Sunday that his ankle still isn’t 100 percent healthy, per the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “It’s close,” Bradford said. “I think it’s as good as it’s going to feel. It’s something that we’re managing right now. I’ve been able to take every snap so far without any setbacks and I think that’s...

Isaiah Pead More than Just a Change of Pace Back?

The Rams finally addressed the back up running spot, too late we fear to extend the great Steven Jackson's career. They selected Isaiah Pead in the 2nd round of April's NFL draft and he is drawing impressive comparisons to players like Chris Johnson and LeSean McCoy.

Rams LT Saffold feeling good after surgery

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Setting Expectations: What Makes a "Good" Season for Sam Bradford?

@ramsherd @wynnde13 Guys, Guys, Guys, Guys, I just gotta know....will Sam Bradford throw for 4,000+- yds? — Adam 10-House (@Joben74) August 7, 2012 This question interrupted a little debate between Wynnde and I, and got me thinking. We all are pinning our hopes on Brian Schottenheimer to resurrect Sam Bradford's rookie promise, and get him back on the "rising young...

Fantasy Football Sleeper Alert: Steve Smith

After a breakout 2009 campaign in which he caught a career high 107 passes for 1220 yards, former New York Giant wide receiver Steve Smith appeared to be on the brink of a stellar NFL career. Unfortunately, a serious knee injury cost the former USC star most of the 2010 season, and he failed to do much with the Eagles after signing with Philadelphia as a free agent in 2011. Smith...
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