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Many NFL scouts called Michael Brockers, the 14th overall pick of the St. Louis Rams, the most complete defensive tackle in the 2012 NFL draft.
While the Rams and head coach Jeff Fisher seem to be happy with the selection there were a number of doubters.
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Prior to this year's draft, Rams coach Jeff Fisher and general manager Les Snead were asked about the importance of free-agent signings that quickly takes place after the final pick in the draft is made.
Said Fisher, "It's a very, very important process. There's recruiting that goes on and it's very, very competitive and it happens very fast. You take into consideration...
Every year there is at least one player on almost every team who has a breakout season. If you ask ESPN NFL Draft Guru Mel Kiper, for the Rams, that player will be Robert Quinn. Quinn was the 14th overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft and was widely viewed as a steal at that point, despite missing the entire 2010 College Football season with suspension. Mel Kiper was one of the many...
The Rams entered the offseason with a pressing need at wide receiver. When the dust settled during the priority phase of free agency, quarterback Sam Bradford still didn't have a No. 1 receiver and the team's top target in 2011, Brandon Lloyd, had signed with the Patriots. With two trades out of the top 10 in the draft, the Rams missed out on top receivers Justin Blackmon...
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford told reporters on Wednesday that his ankle is feeling better, but isn’t quite 100 percent just yet.
“It’s getting there,” said Bradford. “It seems to feel better every week. Less soreness, more things I can do, so I think it’s definitely on track.”
Stephania Bell of ESPN explained why Bradford’s ankle hasn’t healed...
ST. LOUIS Janoris Jenkins keeps working. Hes on the side of a practice field with five other defensive backs after a recent organized team activity at Rams Park. He chops his feet in place, each repetition a chance to show his new squad hes more reward than risk.
Soon Jenkins swings his hips, his dark-blue shorts flapping with each movement. He turns his torso in the direction...