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As a St. Louis Rams fan I was used to mediocrity in the eighties and nineties. I was used to ending up behind the San Francisco 49ers in the division.
The Rams acquisition of free agent, Trent Green, in 1998 changed the fate of the franchise. Incredibly fast receivers combined with a QB that was reported to be top shelf left the Rams confidently marching into the 1999 season.
The third week of the preseason, in a game against the San Diego Chargers, Green had his ACL ripped – done for the season. Head coach Dick Vermeil sent Kurt Eugene Warner on to the field.
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The Rams finally got Steven Jackson a competent backup.
The fantasy community is pretty high on Pead due to his straight-line speed and ability to contribute on third down, but he is going to play behind a workhorse which limits his redraft fantasy value barring injury.
Pead is an astute pickup for the Rams, but he might have been drafted a round too early, but you cannot really...
Retired quarterback Kurt Warner responding to criticism (most notably from Merril Hodge) he received for saying that he wouldn’t let his children play football.
The St. Louis Rams' plan to improve the Edward Jones Dome calls for a roof panel that would open slightly to allow more natural light.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster released details of the plan Monday despite the team's desire to keep it private.
The team's proposal does not cite a cost estimate. It also calls for adding about 6,000 seats.
The Rams and the...
The Rams are coming off a weak two win 2011 season, but that was then. Now the Rams have Coach Jeff Fisher and a new hope for the future. While the schedule is still a hard one, it's not as hard as the 2011 schedule. Rams fans have a lot to look forward to this season, and it promises to be a good one.
Rams 2012 Schedule
Details of the St. Louis Rams proposal for the Edward Jones Dome were revealed by Fox 2 in St. Louis on Wednesday night. According to the report, first leaked via Twitter, the team's proposal includes a retractable roof. Experts cited in the Fox 2 report say that adding a retractable roof to the Dome would require major structural changes, along with a hefty price tag. Estimates...
Reacting to recent comments made by retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner, the creator of the universe on Tuesday said that, were He interested, He would allow His only begotten son to play football.
Warner, reflecting on recent events such as the Saints bounty scandal and the suicide of Junior Seau, said last week that he would prefer that his sons not pursue a career playing football...
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ST. LOUIS, Mo. The St. Louis Rams have signed 23 rookie free agents, the team announced Tuesday. Below is a list of the players added to the teams roster.
Todd Anderson, FB, Michigan State - Converted to fullback in 2011 after spending first four collegiate seasons as a defensive lineman. Helped pave the way for Spartan running backs to gain 2,215...
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The Missouri attorney general will release details next week on how the St. Louis Rams want to renovate the Edward Jones Dome despite the team's desire to keep the plan secret.
The St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission, which runs the dome, and the Rams are in the midst of negotiations aimed at bringing the dome up to top-tier status among the 31 NFL...
New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora went on Twitter on Tuesday and spoke out about football the dangers of football and is clearly in support of what former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner said in regards to protecting his kids and not wanting them to play football.
By the Way, Kurt Warner is Right to think how he is thinking about his kids and football.
— Osi Umenyiora (@OsiUmenyiora...
In case you haven’t taken note, Kurt Warner caused quite the stir last week with his comments about not wanting his children to play football. Everyone from analysts to former players to current players have weighed in on the matter, with some ripping Warner for dogging the game while others completely agree with him. Amani Toomer was one of the first to rip Warner for his comments...
And the mixed reactions keep coming. Since Kurt Warner made his comments about not wanting his sons to play football, we have seen a number of players and former players share their thoughts on the matter. Some feel as though football is an extremely dangerous game and Warner has every right to prefer that his kids not play, while others like LaVar Arrington think his opinion is...