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The St. Louis Rams have re-signed veteran quarterback Kellen Clemens to a one-year contract.
Clemens, 29, appeared in two games last season while serving as the backup of Sam Bradford. He will not begin training camp higher then third on the Rams depth chart as Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has already said that second-year player Austin Davis will start camp in that role.
According to Mike Garafolo of the USA Today, St. Louis Rams backup QB Kellen Clemens is set to re-sign with the Rams today.
Clemens, a 8-year veteran, relieved starting QB Sam Bradford twice last season, and has opted to stay around for another year, his third in St. Louis. He previously spent time on the New York Jets and Houston Texans.
In his time in St. Louis, Clemens has...
The Saint Louis Rams have began their voluntary offseason condition program today, along with most of the other league, excluding the ones who started 2 weeks ago.
There will be no contact during the conditioning period, or really any football related activities, save for the quarterbacks who will be throwing to uncovered receivers.
You can view the schedule by clicking the link...
1. Wide Receiver: After losing Danny Amendola, this became an even greater need. Sam Bradford desperately needs a true #1 receiver. Givens and Quick are quality options as second and third receivers, but neither is a true number one in my eyes. I expect St. Louis to take a wideout with one of their first three picks. This position could be adressed as early as 16 overall if Austin...
ST. LOUIS We've nearly arrived again, my friends. One week until the hopes of football fans no longer hinge on fruitless mock predictions. Seven days until the NFL Draft shows its much-anticipated hand.
How will the St. Louis Rams fare?
The answer could be the key to a team that's trying to right the ship after a 22-73-1 record the past six seasons. Or, it could be what...
Titus Young’s Twitter activity always has been … interesting, to say the least. Early Tuesday morning, Young was back at it, briefly offering a message to Detroit Lions fans before deleting everything he’s ever tweeted.
“I apologize to the Detroit fans, Thank you, for the 2 years of Love and joy,” Young tweeted at 1:07 a.m. ET, according to the Detroit Free Press. But moments...