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According to TMZ.com, former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner has had such a hard time selling his mansion that he plans on auctioning it off.
Warner listed the 11,300 sq. ft. Paradise, AZ home for $5 million in 2011, but it hasn’t sold. Shocking because the place is awesome — featuring six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a guest house, a workout room, theater room, its own elevator … and even an in-ground trampoline.
If you’re interested in participating in the auction, it will take place on Feb. 27th.
The search is over for the St. Louis Rams. After flirting with Rob Ryan and almost bringing him in for the job, Adam Schefter is reporting that they've finally made their decision on a defensive coordinator.
Rams plan to hire Lions DB coach Tim Walton as their defensive coordinator.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 13, 2013
Walton was defensive backs coach for...
1. Wide Receiver
The St. Louis Rams need to upgrade the supporting cast around Sam Bradford. Even if Danny Amendola is re-signed, the Rams need to find Bradford a legitimate No. 1 receiver. After a hot start, Amendola came back down to earth and ended his season with a thud. In the final three weeks, Amendola caught just 12 of 25 passes thrown his direction.
2. Offensive Line
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, it’s likely that Rams running back Steven Jackson will end up voiding his contract, which will enable him to test the free agent market this offseason.
Although talks continue between both parties, the planned meeting between the Rams and running back Steven Jackson’s agent have yet to take place.
Jackson has until the start of free agency...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the St Louis Rams “plan” to hire Lions defensive backs coach Tim Walton as their next defensive coordinator.
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According to Jim Thomas of the St Louis Post-Dispatch, ”most likely scenario” regarding Rams RB Steven Jackson is that he voids his current contract and tests the free agent market in March.
Thomas adds that “sources familiar with the negotiations” have informed him that the Rams are expected to meet with Jackson at this year’s Scouting Combine to discuss a possible...
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Rams running back Steven Jackson is likely to decline his $7 million option for next season.Fantasy Spin:This would make Jackson, who has spent his entire career in St. Louis, a free agent. The three-time Pro Bowler has rushed for 1,000 yards in each of his last eight seasons.
Steven Jackson is a solid veteran running back that would upgrade most teams immediately. But the question is, who will sign him? Let’s take a look at four possible landing spots for Jackson…
New England Patriots -
The Patriots have been known over the last couple years as being a passing team. Even though this is their reputation, they have had some good running backs on the...
Seems like it wasn’t too long ago that the Arizona Cardinals were in the super bowl. They had a prolific offense with Kurt Warner slinging the ball all over the place (By the way, is it just me or whenever Kurt Warner is the starting quarterback for a team, those words “prolific” and “offense” have [...]