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ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis linebacker James Laurinaitis thinks it's about time Rams running back Steven Jackson got more recognition for his long, productive career.
On Sunday, Jackson became the 27th player in NFL history to rush for 10,000 yards when he ran for 73 yards in a 36-22 loss to Minnesota.
Laurinaitis, who leads the Rams (6-7-1) with 153 tackles, believes Jackson hasn't gotten enough credit for reaching that milestone.
"I think it's been a disservice all week to (the) national media that people haven't been talking about his 10,000th," Laurinaitis said Thursday. "The way he handles himself as a pro is unbelievable. Especially in this day and age. Running backs have a short life. It's a passing league now. And we've got somebody on our squad that has done this impressively for a long time.
It's an honor to be his teammate."
Jackson, the former Oregon State star in his ninth NFL season, is closing in on another milestone. ...
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According to Dan Arkush of ProFootballWeekly.com, it’s continuing to looking like Rams running back Steven Jackson won’t be back in St. Louis next season.
The way we hear it, the odds that longtime offensive centerpiece Steven Jackson will remain with the Rams after this season have dropped below 50 percent.
“There’s no way I see anybody being willing to pay him $7 million...
Last week: 18 (+0)
Net points per drive: -0.43 (26th)
DVOA: -5.1% (19th)
Weighted DVOA: -5.2% (18th)
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