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The St. Louis Rams were fined $20,000 by the league in October for failing to report running back Stephen Jackson's groin injury in Week 2, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Friday. The NFL decided to clamp down on teams not properly reporting injuries this season. Last week, the Baltimore Ravens were fined $20,000 for not reporting safety Ed Reed's shoulder injury. Also, the Buffalo Bills and Washington Redskins were each fined the same amount two weeks ago for not disclosing injury information on quarterback defensive end Mario Williams and Robert Griffin III, respectively.
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Rams coach Jeff Fisher was grasping for answers after the Patriots torched his Rams 45-7 at Wembley Stadium in London last Sunday.
One area he gave some attention to was what he said were illegal hits on his quarterback, Sam Bradford.
But the league has ruled that those hits were not out of line, and the Patriots will not be fined, Mike Florio of profootballtalk...
ST. LOUIS - The man with an unknown future carried on without a care in the world.
A huddle broke to close the St. Louis Rams' practice Wednesday, and Steven Jackson walked toward the locker room with a helmet in his left hand. Little about the moment was a surprise: There was the same grin from the ninth-year veteran as he chatted with defensive end William Hayes; there was...
It’s sounding more and more likely that Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola will make his return to field following the team’s bye week.
“Yeah, absolutely,” Amendola said, via the Associated Press. “I’m ready to come back and I’m ready to do what I can.”
Amendola has been sidelined for the last three weeks with a collarbone injury. He was one of the league’s leading...
Coach Jeff Fisher will look for ways to get the ball in Isaiah Pead’s hands after the rookie flashed playmaking ability in three garbage-time carries versus the Patriots. “We drafted Isaiah because of those run skills and he’s got them,” Fisher said. “But again, it’s hard to get everybody the carries, but we’ll try to keep him involved.” Pead finally showed confidence...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Two key players could be back for a St. Louis Rams' offense that'll still be featuring running back Steven Jackson after their bye week.
Wide receiver Danny Amendola said he'll definitely be in the lineup at San Francisco next week and offensive tackle Rodger Saffold is hoping to play.
Jackson had no comment to The Associated Press on Wednesday, a day...
St. Louis receiver Danny Amendola told the Associated Press that he will "absolutely" be on the field for the Rams' Week 10 matchup against the Jets.Fantasy Spin:Amendola had been off to a great start (396 yards, two TD) before suffering a shoulder injury in Week 5's game against Arizona. Brandon Gibson will probably revert to a lesser role in the Rams' offense...
Its sounding more and more likely that Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola will make his return to field following the teams bye week.
Yeah, absolutely, Amendola said, via the Associated Press. Im ready to come back and Im ready to do what I can.
Amendola has been sidelined for the last three weeks with a collarbone injury. He was one of the leagues leading receivers...
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The St. Louis Rams are currently on a bye, but wide receiver Danny Amendola says he’ll be ready for next week’s game against the 49ers.
“Yeah, absolutely,” Amendola said, per the AP via ESPN.com. “I’m ready to come back...
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The Ravens were recently fined $20,000 for not listing Ed Reed on their injury report. Reed takes issue with that considering he never missed a practice or game because of the shoulder injury.
"It wasn't a serious injury that should have been reported because I wasn't out," Reed told the Baltimore Sun. "That goes to show you about the integrity of the game...