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Though the knee injury to Rams fullback Brit Miller was nowhere
near as quirky as originally advertised, the outcome was
devastating. The Rams placed Miller on the injured reserve list
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The Rams have placed 25-year old fullback Brit Miller on the Injured Reserve List, ending his season due to a knee injury. Miller played in 12 games for the Rams this year and it was the first time in his career that he actually got to touch the football. Miller carried the ball 5 times for 14 yards (2.8 ypc) and he also caught 3 passes for 41 yards (13.7 avg) this year. Miller...
Bad news from Rams Park on Wednesday, as quarterback Sam Bradford was back in a walking boot and is expected to miss Sunday’s game against the Bengals after a setback with his ankle injury. Assuming Bradford is out, it looks like recent addition … [visit site to read more]
Bradford Likely Out For Sunday - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Fan Site - News...
The Rams injury list grew by one on Thursday, as cornerback Justin King missed practice after injuring his shoulder earlier in the week. King apparently hurt the shoulder during practice on Wednesday, and he woke up with soreness Thursday. I don’t … [visit site to read more]
King Joins The Rams Walking Wounded - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Fan Site...
Chris Long has been one of the bright spots for the St. Louis Rams this season.
The 6-foot-3, 270-pound Long has 12 sacks this season, best on the team. The 26-year-old Long has been able to increase his sack total in each of his first four seasons with St. Louis (2-11), which hosts Cincinnati (7-6) on Sunday.
There's more to Long than just his sack totals. He leads the Rams...
Last season, the St. Louis Rams rolled out their quarterback of the future in Sam Bradford. At times, he dazzled us with his ability to put the football on target and on time in small gaps in the defense. To put it lightly, he was the next big thing. Bradford was supposed to bring the "greatest show on turf" back from the dead.
Sam Bradford's honeymoon season is...
Pepsi & Coke, Imo’s & Cecil Whittakers, Ford & Chevy. St. Louis has had its share from great debates throughout the years. Now a new one has taken the Metro area by storm. To keep or not to keep Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo. A debate as polarizing at the Hatfield–McCoy feud. You are either on one side or the other, no middle ground to be found here.
Via the newshounds at ABC 10 – San Diego: …the retired car salesman put “his right hand on the gun and tapped it. He told the teller, ‘Give me the money. Give me the money. Hurry, hurry’ in a firm and mean voice.”He made off with $3,600 in the latest heist, but what he was not counting on was being recognized on 10News. Dude’s family recognized his Rams hat & arthritic...
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The Rams expected quarterback Sam Bradford to be sore after
Monday's 30-13 loss in Seattle. It comes with the territory when
you're nursing a high ankle sprain.
Steve Spagnuolo vs. Bill Belichick. Who ya got? St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Bryan Burwell is not so sure. Or something like that. Strap in for one of the most bizarre columns since the last one.....