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It’s sounding more and more likely that Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola will make his return to field following the team’s bye week.
“Yeah, absolutely,” Amendola said, via the Associated Press. “I’m ready to come back and I’m ready to do what I can.”
Amendola has been sidelined for the last three weeks with a collarbone injury. He was one of the league’s leading receivers in receptions (32) and yards (395) prior to the injury. Considering that the Rams on bye this week and the fact that Amendola was able to practice last week in London, all signs suggest that he will be available for Week 10′s game against the 49ers.
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St. Louis receiver Danny Amendola told the Associated Press that he will "absolutely" be on the field for the Rams' Week 10 matchup against the Jets.Fantasy Spin:Amendola had been off to a great start (396 yards, two TD) before suffering a shoulder injury in Week 5's game against Arizona. Brandon Gibson will probably revert to a lesser role in the Rams' offense...
Its sounding more and more likely that Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola will make his return to field following the teams bye week.
Yeah, absolutely, Amendola said, via the Associated Press. Im ready to come back and Im ready to do what I can.
Amendola has been sidelined for the last three weeks with a collarbone injury. He was one of the leagues leading receivers...
ST. LOUIS - The man with an unknown future carried on without a care in the world.
A huddle broke to close the St. Louis Rams' practice Wednesday, and Steven Jackson walked toward the locker room with a helmet in his left hand. Little about the moment was a surprise: There was the same grin from the ninth-year veteran as he chatted with defensive end William Hayes; there was...
The St. Louis Rams have recently hinted at running back Steven Jackson’s time coming to end with the organization.
A few weeks ago, the team allowed Jackson to void the remaining two years his deal, guaranteeing that he’ll be a free agent in the off-season.
In the last week or so, there have been reports of multiple teams showing interest in the workhorse running back.
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson was one of the
high-profile players floating around the NFL rumor mill as the trade deadline
approached. However, Rams coach Jeff Fisher has said that the rumors are just
that and the team plans to move forward with Jackson as their running back,
reports Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
"The Steven Jackson
Rumors have been circulating since the weekend that the St. Louis Rams may look to trade franchise running back Steven Jackson. Adam Schefter of ESPN.com had previously reported that there is interest from teams like the Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, and Pittsburgh Steelers in acquiring the former Pro Bowl running back. On Tuesday night, Rams head coach Jeff Fisher told...
Steven Jackson might change teams in the offseason, but for now, it looks like he'll remain a member of the St. Louis Rams.
Jackson's name has repeatedly been tossed around in trade rumors recently, however, Rams coach Jeff Fisher tried to put to rest the speculation on Tuesday.
"The Steven Jackson rumors are rumors," Fisher told reporters. "...
Rams running back Steven Jackson has been rumored to be out on the trading block, but coach Jeff Fisher claimed that Jackson "is not going anywhere."Fantasy Spin:Jackson is averaging just 3.7 ypc, the lowest of his career and with youngster Daryl Richardson averaging 5.4 ypc there was a lot of talk. It appears the Rams will continue with their shared situation at running back.
In addition to reminding the world just how poorly his team played in London, St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher also used his Tuesday press conference to put down a few rumors. He squelched the Steven Jackson trade talk, and he also nipped in the bud chatter about the Rams moving left tackle Rodger Saffold inside, from tackle to guard.
"No, I don't," Fisher said...
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The St. Louis Rams are currently on a bye, but wide receiver Danny Amendola says he’ll be ready for next week’s game against the 49ers.
“Yeah, absolutely,” Amendola said, per the AP via ESPN.com. “I’m ready to come back...
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I have a lot to write about the Patriots in their section, so I’m going to use this section to talk about the NFL in London. I just don’t think it’s a very good idea. It’s fine having one or two games per year there, but every time we have one, there’s talk about moving a team there and it would make no sense geographically. It’s just too...
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The NFL is a copycat league. In both the long term and the short term, teams are always looking at other teams and...
This week the St. Louis Rams, New England Patriots, NY Jets, and San Francisco 49ers are on bye weeks. There isn’t a lot of firepower in there other than the Pats so hopefully owner shouldn’t be too stifled by the bye, but for those who heavily rely on Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, or the 49ers [...]
The article is called "Make or Break" and it is just that easy. I will go through players that can make your season, and those who seem destined to break it. If you have the "Make" guys keep a close eye on them and prepare a spot in your line up for them every week.