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For the team with the worst record in professional football just a year ago, playmakers are definitely in high demand for the St. Louis Rams. With no real “elite” prospects at the wide receiver position and the Rams having more pressing needs at other positions, I would not be pleased if the Rams took a receiver in the first round. There is one playmaker though that the Rams should seriously consider taking after day one of the 2013 NFL draft.
Denard “Shoelace” Robinson
It is almost impossible to watch the above video and not wish to have that kind of athlete on your football team. No I’m not saying to trade Sam and run the pistol option to keep up within our division; you need a quarterback who can accurately throw the ball for that to succeed and Robinson has already acknowledged that he doesn’t have the best arm out there. Robinson will play receiver in the Senior Bowl despite not being very polished, catching only three passes in his career, but his elite spe...
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After interviewing with the Rams, defensive coordinator Rob Ryan left St. Louis without a contract, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports. Rams interview with Rob Ryan for D coordinator spot is complete. He departed without a contract — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 20, 2013 I think Ryan is a very good coordinator that has worked with some bad teams. The problem...
There has been speculation over the past year that the St. Louis Rams could eventually move back to Los Angeles. The agency that operates the Edward Jones Dome rejected a proposal for improvements that was submitted by the team. The two sides are beginning arbitration and, if improvements are not made to the stadium, the team could break its lease and move.
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Is Steven Jackson contemplating retirement if he does not get the deal he wants in St. Louis? (Credit: AP Photo)
Before the last game of the season St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson spoke about possibly retiring at the end of the season. Jackson then backtracked and said he was only answering a question posed to him by a journalist.
Now, it appears as though Jackson was...
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson told Michael Fabiano of NFL.com that he plans on sitting down with the Rams this offseason. He hasn’t ruled out the possibility of retiring.
Steven Jackson told fantasy editor Michael Fabiano he plans to sit down with the St. Louis Rams in the offseason to determine his options, but admitted that “retirement is an option” if he’s...
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Sam Bradford has had a new offensive coordinator each of his three years in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams. Brian Schottenheimer was being considered for the Jacksonville...
Steven Jackson joined the NFL Network on Friday and mentioned that he still considers ”retirement is an option” as he heads into the offseason.
Jackson, 29, reworked his contract during the season, which will allow him to be become an unrestricted free agent in a matter of months. He has a $7 million player option for the 2013 season, but odds are that he’ll decline the option...
Well, Bob, here we are again. It’s the end of the year, and we’ve got guys whose contract with the Rams is up. It’s a fun time, isn’t it? I mean, fun for us, not so much for these guys who just spent five months getting the you-know-what beat out of them every week, and now they have to prove to us that they’re not too old or too beat up for us to pay them to do it again...
It was reported a couple of weeks ago that former Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan was hired by the St. Louis Rams. In the end, that report was false since he was on vacation.
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Ryan will interview for the Rams’ defensive coordinator job.
Fired Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan is interviewing for the same position today with the Rams...