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Boston.comSt. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola is recovering faster than expected from a right shoulder injury, and even thinks there’s an ‘‘outside chance’’ he can play against the Patriots on Sunday.Amendola returned to practice this week, but was limited both Wednesday and Thursday at the team’s sessions in London. The Rams’ leading receiver this season hurt his shoulder against Arizona on Oct. 4 and was originally expected to miss at least two more games.However, Amendola said he hasn’t ruled out playing against New England at Wembley.‘‘It kind of depends on how I feel tomorrow,’’ Amendola said. ‘‘There’s an outside chance I could play. If not, then I'll just wait another week. We have a bye week next week and it might be smart to sit out, but at the same time I want to play and go from there.’’Well, you can never trust players on these things, but for what it's worth, Jeff Fisher also said something similar. He also pointed out that Amendola wanted to play
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Rams wideout Danny Amendola returned to practice Wednesday, according to coach Jeff Fisher on a conference call.Fantasy Spin:Amendola will still likely end up missing more than a month but it's good to know that he isn't going to miss the entire season. If he's been dropped in your league and you have room to stash him, he could be valuable come fantasy playoff time.
The St. Louis Rams received a small boost today when wide receiver Danny Amendola returned to practice. Amendola was limited in practice and will most likely won’t play this week, … Continue reading »
St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola was known as a tough player even before he suffered a hit and dislocated his collar bone, an injury that could have claimed his life.
Now, just three weeks after that brutal injury, Amendola is trying to prove exactly how tough he is. The wide receiver is doing everything he can to come back and play this week when the Rams take on the...
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Take cricket, for example, an...
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Josh Freeman, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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LONDON (AP) The St. Louis Rams are familiar with fans cheering for the opposition, even at their home games.
They're likely to get an even bigger dose of that Sunday when they go up against the New England Patriots at Wembley in the annual NFL game in London.
The Rams are technically the home team, but the Patriots - and especially Tom Brady - have a much bigger international...
2nd and 4 from the Packers 6, with 8:57 to play in the game, trailing by 14.
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Nickel, Cover 2
The Rams offense hasn't scored since the first half, and is in danger of falling out of this game...
Off to London they go, and with them they bring two teams owned by ridiculously rich guys who want to make more money by showcasing their team to the Brits and trying to sell some more jerseys.
In what has become an annual forgettable tradition similar to the Buffalo Bills making the trip to play in front of a half-full stadium in Toronto, this years game in London at...
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Fantasy Football owners are forced to watch some of the big name players on their team struggle through nagging injuries in the 2012 NFL season, with none more aggravating than the groin injury suffered by Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings. He has been more or less out since the opening weekend, and it may now appear that he could have a sports hernia. Jennings is not...