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The St. Louis Reams for years had the stud running back and not much else, but in 2013 it’s the reverse. Coach Jeff Fisher is accustomed to having a ‘bell cow’ back; however, the team released RB Steven Jackson in the offseason and now will go with unproven talents Daryl Richardson ad Isaiah Pead. “I’ve usually had a guy, but that’s what the competition is about, and that’s what camp’s for and preseason games are for,” Fisher said, via Mike Florio of ”It’s not going to be out of the question that we don’t play two or three of them quite a bit.  We may not end up with a ‘bell cow’ like we’ve had last year in [Jackson] and previous years, and just let them all play.”

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St. Louis Rams Twitter Page (@STLrams)  The greatest optimism when asking the question, “can the Rams win the NFC West?” Is the fact that St. Louis boasted a 4-1-1 record in perhaps the strongest division in the NFL.The best record within the NFC West was not held by eventual Super Bowl participant San Francisco, nor did it go to Seattle, who were seconds away from playing...

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ST. LOUIS -- Rams running back Daryl Richardson is not shy about his intentions. "I want to be the starter," he said Friday afternoon. "It's very important. I know I can contribute a lot to the team." This time last summer, such a proclamation would have caused great laughter around the NFL. As the next-to-last player picked in the 2012 draft, the Abilene...

Rams DE Chris Long hits unsuspecting Cortland Finnegan with pie

NFL training camp can be a long and painful process for players as they spend long amounts of time on the practice fields, learning schemes and getting themselves into playing shape for the NFL season. Sometimes you have to have some fun to break-up all of the work, which is exactly what what St. Louis Rams DE Chris Long did on Friday during the team’s second day of training camp...

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Guard Rokevious Watkins was waived by the St. Louis Rams after struggling with weight issues and an impending suspension by the NFL for substance abuse. The former fifth-round pick in 2012 showed up to training camp out of shape and most likely has seen his last day in a St. Louis uniform. Expect Chris Williams (left guard) and Harvey Dahl (right guard) to be the starting offensive...

Rams enter Fisher's 2nd season full of optimism

ST. LOUIS -- James Laurinaitis was optimistic as he joined the St. Louis Rams in 2009, though they were coming off a two-win season. This summer, he truly believes he's part of a team poised to turn the corner. "Oh absolutely. Absolutely," the middle linebacker said after the first full-squad training camp practice Thursday night. "I was genuinely excited last...

St. Louis Rams Kick Off Training Camp on a Positive Note

Yesterday’s start to the St. Louis Rams training camp had a decidedly different feel to it than in previous years. It would appear that in Jeff Fisher’s second year, his identity is beginning to take hold. The Rams worked briskly and effectively on Thursday. It’s the start of camp, so the players aren’t firing on all cylinders quite yet, but it’s clear that there’s a...

Rams' upgrades boost Bradford expectations

Conditions appear favorable for St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford to have breakout season. The Rams upgraded protection with free agent left tackle Jake Long, picked up a premier tight end in Jared Cook and addressed a long-standing deficiency at wide receiver by drafting Tavon Austin with the eighth overall pick. Plus, there's no learning curve in the second season with offensive...

Sam Bradford: Matt Ryan’s new contract should have St. Louis Rams QB licking his chops

As the St. Louis Rams enter Day 3 of the organization’s 2013 training camp, reports have been very good regarding how the team looks, particularly when it comes to discussing the early chemistry between former No. 1 overall pick, quarterback Sam Bradford and this year’s No. 8 overall pick, wide receiver Tavon Austin Bradford has wowed on-goers with a bevy of deep passes and completions...

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Rams to feature a multi-back running scheme

The Rams may think they know who their starting running back will be now that Stephen Jackson is no longer with the team; for the record, Daryl Richardson is the Rams’ likely starter, but that doesn’t mean Richardson will be carrying a huge percentage of the Rams’ runs. Head coach Jeff Fisher said Thursday the team may opt for a multi-back approach instead of using one...

St. Louis 2013 Fantasy Football Projections

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Leave it to the Dallas Cowboy's owner Jerry Jones to make things interesting. This week on the NFL Network inconversation with Michael Irvin and Rich Eisen he opened up the topic of the league returning to Los Angeles. "I feel more imminent about a team being in here, that it's more imminent than any time since we haven't had a team in Los Angeles," Jones said...

Rams players express optimism about HGH testing

ST. LOUIS -- As the NFL and NFL Players' Association appear to move toward an agreement that will -- eventually -- start testing for human growth hormone,coaches and players have voiced their opinion at training camps nationwide. "We're in the situation now where we are trying to make this game better," Rams coach Jeff Fisher said after a rookie workout on Monday...

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