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Back in December, we pointed out that B.C. Lions offensive lineman Jovan Olafioye had been generating plenty of interest at the NFL level. He has now made his choice. After working out for or visiting eight teams since the 2011 NFL season ended and pursuit from at least six others, Olafioye has picked the Rams,…
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St. Louis Rams: Most Pressing Off-season Needs
1. Hire General Manager
After the regular season ended the Rams fired General Manager Billy Devaney. They've been in search of a new GM ever since. With the NFL Draft a little over two and a half months away followed by free agency, the sooner the Rams hire a GM the better. Who should they pick? I'm just a fan but I'm...
The St. Louis Rams are seeking permission to speak with Omar Khan about their General Manager position per a report. In St. Louis Khan would be working with Head Coach Jeff Fisher. The Steelers are allowed to deny permission to speak with Khan if they so choose. They have done this before with Keith Butler.
Khan has been in the mix for these positions before. He was looked...
Sam Bradford will get one-on-one coaching for the first time since Dick Curl was let go. Photo by Chris Lee, Post-Dispatch.
The Rams followed through on Jeff Fisher's commitment to hire a quarterbacks coach this week, reportedly recruiting former Rutgers offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti Jr. The move is welcome just from the standpoint of having this position filled, and...
All of this warm and fuzzy feelings we have over the recent work done by Pittsburgh Steelers salary cap guru Omar Khan is dampened a bit tonight as St. Louis Rams beat writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Jim Thomas tweets tonight that the Rams will interview Khan on Thursday for their general manager position. Thomas admits he thought that the Rams were done interviewing for the...
The St. Louis Rams are interviewing San Francisco 49ers director of player personnel Tom Gamble Tuesday for their vacant general manger position, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Tickets for the NFL's annual regular-season game in London will go on sale Monday after the St. Louis Rams solved an issue regarding their stadium lease, clearing the way for them to host games in Britain.
The St. Louis Rams will reportedly speak with Minnesota Vikings director of player personnel George Paton a second time, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press.