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St. Louis halfback Daryl Richardson didn't play much in Week 3 but he says he's "good to go" for Thursday's game against San Francisco. SOURCE: ESPN.comFantasy Spin:A foot injury limited Richardson to one snap in Sunday's loss to Dallas. So far, he's produced 98 rushing yards on 30 carries this season. Isaiah Pead and Benny Cunningham will split carries if Richardson decides later that he can't suit up.
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Rams running back Daryl Richardson had his injured foot stepped on early in Sunday's game and never came back into the game.Fantasy Spin:Neirther Isaiah Pead (6-for-20 yards) on Benny Cunningham (4-for-20) did much against the Dallas defense, although Pead did catch seven balls for 43 yards. A healthy Richardson should still be the No. 1 in the Rams offense.
Rams running back Daryl Richardson (foot) did very little in practice Friday and could be limited Sunday, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.Fantasy Spin:Thomas says to "keep an eye" on Richardson's workload. Fantasy owners should only consider him as a flex option Sunday at Dallas.
The St. Louis Rams appear relatively healthy heading into their week 4 divisional matchup with the San Francisco 49ers’, according to their official team web site. Fortunately for fans, that is a luxury their opponent does not have. While a few of their skill position players were limited or non-participants in practice Monday, they were all back to work on Tuesday in some form...
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams say an anti-military Tweet by former offensive lineman Ty Nsekhe is reprehensible, and coach Jeff Fisher also weighed in on the comment.
After practice Tuesday night, Fisher said Nsekhe (In-SECK-ee) wasn't in the NFL because he's "not necessarily a deep thinker, OK?"
Nsekhe responded to a tweet that NFL players shouldn't make...
Dallas Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray exploded for 175 yards and a touchdown,while the Cowboys finally rediscovered running the ball by having more run plays than passes as they jumped all over the Rams early and kept their foot on the gas.
ST. LOUIS -- The Rams have not proven to be that adept at playing football this month but they appear to be very proficient at forgetting about it. At least when it comes to Sunday's 31-7 humiliating loss to the Cowboys.
While Rams fans still are recovering from their team's total breakdown that wasn't supposed to happen with Jeff Fisher as coach, Rams players have moved...
The St. Louis Rams say an anti-military Tweet by former offensive lineman Ty Nsekhe is reprehensible, and coach Jeff Fisher also weighed in on the comment.
After practice Tuesday night, Fisher said Nsekhe wasn't in the NFL because he's ''not necessarily a deep thinker, OK?''
Nsekhe responded to a tweet that NFL players shouldn't make more money than...
ST. LOUIS -- Rams fans might still be dwelling on the 31-7 beat-down handed out by the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, but the football team itself doesn't have that luxury.
A short week means the Rams (1-2) are back on the field Thursday to play San Francisco (also 1-2) in St. Louis.
Here are five things the Rams must do in order to turn things around.
Rams coach Jeff...
ST. LOUIS -- If you're trying to work yourself into a frenzy for this, do yourself a favor and stop.
Whatever seed of a rivalry the St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers planted last year has been neglected in 2013. It needs water fast before it dries up and dies.
"It's a division opponent," Rams coach Jeff Fisher says. "It's a big challenge for us on...
We are the 71%. We are the team that turns every opposing quarterback into a Hall of Fame thrower. We are the team that you can bank on for somebody's career day each and every week, whether it's Carson Palmer, Julio Jones, or DeMarco Murray.
We. Are. Soft.
This is not the identity that St Louisans expected to take on when Jeff Fisher was hired. This is not the...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By R.B. FALLSTROM AP Sports Writer Playing catch-up is nothing new for the St. Louis Rams, who have trailed by double digits in every game.
Week 3 was a step way down because they never got going, and now must rebound in a hurry.
Coach Jeff Fisher said because the schedule is compressed heading into Thursday night's game against San Francisco, the 31...
There are a number of cliches in the sports world that attempt to convey the relative merits of coaching. The one that I catch myself referencing quite often is that "you cannot win the Kentucky Derby on a donkey."
This saying attempts to capture the idea that the jockey surely matters, but not very much if the animal on which the jockey rides is not of the proper quality...
That’s T.J. McDonald of the St. Louis Rams laying an absolutely devastating block on the Cowboys’ Kyle Wilber on Sunday. McDonald’s block, which drew a flag, was delivered with enough force to sent Wilber completely airborne.
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St. Louis Rams safety T.J. McDonald absolutely annihilated Dallas Cowboys defensive end Kyle Wilber with a monster block on Sunday.
The Cowboys are winning the battle against the St. Louis Rams in Dallas, but Rams special teams player T.J. McDonald definitely wins his war with the Cowboys Kyle Wilber after he delivering this vicious block.