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Do the Rams finally have plan in place to protect Steven Jackson?
For what appears to be the first time since splitting time with Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk the St. Louis Rams appear to have options in easing the workload on running back Steven Jackson.
One year closer to the ominous wall of turning 30 as an NFL running back. Jackson remains the feature back but he might find himself getting fewer carries - and fewer bumps and bruises - after recording 70 percent of the team's carries the past seven seasons. He turned 29 in July.
''I don't think it has anything to do with Steven's age at all,'' offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said. ''What we want to do is we want to try to get a number of people involved. Obviously, Steven's the bell cow.''
The most likely candidates to spell Jackson are rookies Isaiah Pead and Daryl Richardson. The Rams selected Pead with the third of three second-round picks and took Richardson in...
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The St. Louis Rams appear to have options in easing the workload on running back Steven Jackson.
Jackson remains the feature back but he might find himself getting fewer carries - and fewer bumps and bruises - after recording 70 percent of the team's carries the past seven seasons.
St. Louis took two backs in this year's draft, grabbing Isaiah Pead with the third of three...
ST. LOUIS -- Here Isaiah Pead stands, yards behind Steven Jackson as the ninth-year veteran cradles a pass from reserve quarterback Tom Brandstater during drills at Rams Park, the rookie resembling the lightning to Jackson's thunder.
"Of course, we're two different types of running backs," says Pead, all of 5-feet-10, 197 pounds. "But you can always learn...
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) -- The St. Louis Rams appear to have options in easing the workload on running back Steven Jackson.
Jackson remains the feature back but he might find himself getting fewer carries -- and fewer bumps and bruises -- after recording 70 percent of the team's carries the past seven seasons.
St. Louis took two backs in this year's draft, grabbing Isaiah Pead...
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Rams running back Steven Jackson remains the feature back in town but he might find himself getting fewer carries - and fewer bumps and bruises. The Rams selected Isaiah Pead with the third of three second-round picks out of Cincinnati and has been especially impressive during training camp. He ran with the first team Wednesday while Jackson rested and seems cemented in the No. 2...
Rookie Janoris Jenkins draws a vivid description of how he wants to play cornerback for the St. Louis Rams.
''I play like a ninja, an assassin,'' Jenkins said Thursday after practice at Rams Park. ''I love to be around the ball. I'm quick and physical. I just play the position with a chip on my shoulder.''
The 5-foot-10, 193-pound Jenkins has...
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford recently claimed that his ankle still isn’t 100 percent. Head coach Jeff Fisher isn’t concerned about it.
“There’s going to be residual effects from high-ankle sprains, especially when you come back into practice like he is,” Fisher said.
“But we don’t anticipate it to be a problem, and it hasn’t been one. He’s...
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Jeff Fisher has conveyed cool, calm leadership from the start of his first training camp with the St. Louis Rams. That can't hurt a team coming off a 2-14 season.
Quarterback Sam Bradford said after Friday night's practice that Fisher, rebuilding the franchise after a year away from the NFL, has not changed a bit so far. The Rams open Sunday at Indianapolis...
By X Ramsondemand.com Jeff Curry/US Presswire It’s still early, and you can only put so much stock in reports coming out of Rams Camp right now, but when reports start
Jeff Fisher did his best to relieve concerns that Sam Bradfords left ankle will be a problem again this season. The St. Louis Rams quarterback struggled with a high-ankle sprain in 2011 and caused a bit of a panic when he said on Saturday that he still was not 100 percent. Theres going to be residual effects from high-ankle sprains, especially when you come back into practice...
The most intriguing home game on the slate for the Rams this season jumps off the page for a laundry list of reasons. They already will have had a tough first-half schedule leading up to this contest, facing Detroit, Chicago, and Green Bay, along with a couple divisional games against the Cardinals and Seahawks.
After all of that, they will square off with the New England Patriots...