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ST. LOUIS The expectations surrounding fourth-year Rams quarterback Sam Bradford are so generally agreed upon that Bradford's teammates especially those who have been added to the quarterback's offensive arsenal don't bat an eyelash when they field questions about the importance of Bradford's upcoming season.
This is the year the former No. 1 NFL Draft pick and 2010 Offensive Rookie of the Year could (and should) take his game to the next level.
Bradford has even stuck a toe into the waters of outspoken confidence as well.
"When we started this offseason What is it, six weeks ago now? we came in with the mindset that we are putting in the work each day to build the pieces to win the Super Bowl," the quarterback said this week. "Thats what our goal is."
Big goals like that will go unfulfilled unless Bradford logs his best season under center. That just might happen, too. The cards seem to be stacked in the quarterback's favor.Here'...
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ST. LOUIS Sam Bradford's priorities have shifted.
On Monday, the St. Louis Rams' quarterback was in his Oklahoma City home, preparing for the organized team activities the Rams started this week. Before the end of the day, football was the least of his concerns. The reason was the deadly tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla., Monday afternoon a suburb less than half...
St. Louis Rams head coach had giant 6' 10" rookie DL Terrell Brown weighed recently, and he actaully weighs more than he did at the draft, according to the team's website.
Brown is a whopping 403 pounds, up a little bit from 388, and Fisher now thinks he's better suited for offensive line duty.
“Actually, we weighed him in at 403,” Fisher told reporters...
The city of St. Louis is absolutely buzzing about the chances of the St. Louis Rams improving upon the team's promising 2012. Some in the city are expecting the Rams not only to make the playoffs, but possibly to move on even further. Unfortunately, Bovada and some of the other best online casinos and sports betting websites do not feel as strongly about the Rams' chances...
Terrell Brown (Credit: slumz.boxden.com)
Over the last few years, we’ve seen quite a few huge offensive linemen come into the NFL. Offensive tackle Mike Williams, a fourth overall pick of the Bills who also played for Washington, weighed in at 410 in the 2009 season after signing with the Redskins. Another former Buffalo Bill, Michael Jasper, who ended up being switched to defensive...
St. Louis Rams rookie Terrell Brown is a big man. Some may even call him the biggest.
Brown, who was signed by the Rams earlier this week, stands at 6-foot-10, which is tall even for a lineman, and was said to be about 385 pounds. As it turns out, the monstrous lineman actually weighs a tad over 400 pounds, at least per Rams head coach Jeff Fisher, making him the heaviest player...
The St. Louis Rams ”clearly” intend to be more “high octane” on offense in 2013 with the array of new weapons that have been added during the offseason, according to the team’s official website. Photo Credit: StLouisRams.com This should come as no surprise, especially following yesterday’s report from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that quarterback Sam Bradford and tight...