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Is Aaron Kromer the Rod Marinelli of offensive line coaches? Listening to former Saints fullback Mike Karney talk about him, you begin to believe that Kromer is just the right type of coach at exactly the right time to develop the offensive line. We spoke with Karney in this episode of Bear Report Radio. Also joining us to talk about the Senior Bowl and some of the players available along the offensive line, Eric Galko of Optimum Scouting.

The Rams are headed in the right direction under Jeff Fisher. Mock Draft 1.0

The Rams have some pieces in place, they need to continue growing in the right direction. Here is my first look at the NFL Draft.  There are a lot of teams that need quarterbacks this year.  The problem, there are not enough QB's in the draft. I expect to see teams trying to trade down, will they have any takers? 1. Chiefs - Bjoern Warner,...

Rams get OK for $700 million stadium upgrade plan

The St. Louis Rams announced Friday that a panel of three arbitrators ruled in favor of a $700 million plan to upgrade Edward Jones Dome. The Rams plan was picked ahead of a cheaper one by the city's stadium authority. The St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission proposed $124 million in renovations. "(The decision) acknowledges that significant improvements are...

Marshall Faulk: Hall of Fame running back needs to lock it up

Former St. Louis Rams Hall of Fame running back Marshall Fault was in the news earlier this week for some of the comments he made regarding the Super Bowl loss the Rams suffered back in 2002 at the hands of Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Of course, that Super Bowl is where the famous "spygate" occurred and Fault commented this week that he is still bothered...

Matt Light joins Willie McGinest, fires back at Marshall Faulk

Earlier in the week, former Rams running back Marshall Faulk stated that he will never get over being cheated out of winning a Super Bowl title back in 2000 when they lost to the Patriots. Former Patriots linebacker Willie McGinest fired back at Faulk yesterday and today former Patriots offensive tackle Matt Light took his turn. “Honestly to hear a comment like (Faulk’s), it’s...

2013 NFL Draft team needs by Tyler Lurkins

2013 St. Louis Rams Draft team needsBy Tyler LurkinsSpecial attention is being paid to the St. Louis Rams this year.  They have two first round picks and finished strong in 2012.  With so many mockers choosing to toss O lineman and wide outs upon the Rams, it’s time to reflect on Ram philosophy, scheme, and needs.Pay close attention to the philosophy.  The Rams plan to draft...

With San Francisco 49ers defenders raving about the native Oklahoman, Sam Bradford will only thrive as a St. Louis Ram if Les Snead can improve the team

Preparing to meet the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday in Super Bowl XLVII at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, San Francisco 49ers defenders have been raving about the potential of St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford. The 25-year-old Bradford, who the Rams (7-8-1) took out of the University of Oklahoma with the first pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, helped St. Louis tie the 49ers...

Willie McGinest and Matt Light hit back at Marshall Faulk

Earlier this week on Patriots Life, we told you how former St. Louis Rams and now Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk was still not over losing the Super Bowl 12 years ago, saying he was cheated out of it.Now two members of that New England Patriots team that won that game have shot back at Faulk. Linebacker Willie McGinest and Offensive Tackle Matt Light have had their...

Bear Report Radio: Offseason Review

We discuss new Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman's coaching staff, including an in-depth break down of offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Aaron Kromer with former NFL fullback Mike Karney, who played under Kromer in New Orleans. We also review the recent college All Star games with Eric Galko of Optimum Scouting.
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