Found September 03, 2012 on
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According to ProFootballWeekly.com, it might make sense for the St. Louis Rams to trade cornerback Bradley Fletcher.
“With both Rams rookie CBs Janoris Jenkins and Trumaine Johnson making very strong impressions for the most part this preseason — it should be noted that Jenkins does have to do a better job tackling, as evidenced by some really ugly whiffs on a few occasions — rumors that the Rams could be looking to trade holdover CB Bradley Fletcher make a lot of sense. Fletcher, currently fourth on the depth chart behind newcomer Cortland Finnegan, Jenkins and Johnson, is scheduled to make $1.2 million in the final year of his contract,” PFW reported.
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For the team's home opener, the St. Louis Rams will present fans who purchase a discounted ticket a mustache in the likeness of head coach Jeff Fisher.
From previous experience, defenses aren't always a reliable fantasy bet at the beginning of an NFL season. Outside of the Pittsburg Steelers, Baltimore Ravens and the revolving door that is the NFC East, no team has had a top-10 defense each year since the turn of the millennium.
For this reason alone, it isn't too egregious to assume the St. Louis Rams will have a good...
For those of you who haven't yet conducted your fantasy football drafts, I encourage you to take a closer look at the St. Louis Rams' roster.
For those of you who've got your team set, I encourage you to take a closer look at the St. Louis' Rams roster.
No, that's not a misprint. Whether you've already drafted your players or not, chances are high...
The St. Louis Rams claimed rookie running back Terrance Ganaway and defensive tackle Kellen Heard off waivers to fill two open roster spots.
The moves were made Sunday, a day after wide receiver Greg Salas was traded to the Patriots for a 2015 draft pick and cornerback Jerome Murphy was released.
The 6-1, 240-pound Ganaway was a sixth-round pick of the Jets and was released on...
The St. Louis Rams have some optimism heading into the 2012 NFL season with Jeff Fisher taking over as head coach after the team has been a bottom feeder since 2007. In order to get fans excited and pay respect to Fisher they have come up with a brilliant marketing plan which includes handing out a free Fisher “Stache” for those that buy discounted tickets to the home opener...
According to the team’s website, every fan who attends the Saint Louis Rams home opener will receive a replica (above) of head coach Jeff Fisher’s mustache (Credit: InsideSTL)
With the Saint Louis Rams being an awful 15-65 over the last five seasons, it seems as though the team’s front office is trying a technique different from winning to make sure the home opener attracts...
Stache it up T...
The St. Louis Rams are expected to once again suck so bad, they have resorted to petty marketing tactics to entice their fan base. Directly from the Rams’ website: “Purchase a discounted ticket to the Rams home opener against the Washington Redskins, and receive a Coach Fisher Stache upon entrance to the Edward Jones Dome” DON’T forget the promo code: STACHE...
ST. LOUIS There's suspense with the stache.
Coach Jeff Fisher's arrival has brought optimism to the St. Louis Rams after the franchise's woeful 15-65 record over the last five years. Now fans will be treated to a trinket to commemorate the 17-year head-coaching veteran's start in the Gateway City.
On Sept. 16, fans who purchase a discounted ticket to the Rams...
The Rams released tight end Michael Hoomanawanui after injuries limited him to eight games in each of the past two seasons.
Hoomanawanui reportedly latched on with the Redskins' practice squad. Source: CBSSports Attached Thumbnails
Jeff Fisher is a wonderful coach, but he has a tall task at hand with the St Louis Rams. This is a franchise that has been languishing for the last few years, and the ownership is more concerned about getting the team out-of-town, than actually playing winning football. Needless to say, fan excitement in St [...]
2012 Wide Receiver Sleepers
Steve Smith – Steve Smith of the Giants is now a member of the St. Louis Rams. With Sam Bradford’s top slot target being the reliable but unimpressive Danny Amendola and Smith looking like he has come close to pre-injury form it is only a matter of time before Smith takes over slot duties full time and becomes a solid flex2 option with flex upside...
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The New England Patriots have made a trade with the St. Louis Rams to add a wide receiver.
Greg Salas (Getty Images)
The Patriots acquired second-year wide receiver Greg Salas from the Rams in the trade. In exchange, the Rams acquired a conditional 2015 draft pick.
Salas is reuniting with offensive coordinator...
The St. Louis Rams made several roster moves on Sunday, including releasing guard Quinn Ojinnaka, who had been starting. The Rams also waived tight end Michael Hoomanwanui, who caught a touchdown pass in Thursday's preseason game, and claimed offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe from Colts and guard Shelley Smith from Texans.
Jeff Fisher already letting his players and fans know - this many be a strange season, but it will never be boring. Photo by Getty Images.
Bill Parcells once told Peter King that he spends 50% of his time worrying about the bottom five guys on the roster. So too Jeff Fisher, who on the eve of the regular season has just cut the man slated to start Game 1 at left guard, and one of...
Comments on the St. Louis Rams by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
ST. LOUIS RAMS (29)
Chris Berman (ESPN, 31) - Jeff Fisher didn't take this job to fail.
Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 29) - Will see if Jeff Fisher was right to trust Sam Bradford as quarterback to build around.
Cris Collinsworth (NBC Sports, 31) - Sam Bradford looked good as rookie, but needs...