Posted April 24, 2012 on AP on Fox
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The St. Louis Rams did their best to stamp out a rumor the day before the draft, saying running back Steven Jackson is not unhappy with his contract. The Rams also say they're not interested in trading the two-time Pro Bowler. Jackson is coming off his seventh straight 1,000-yard season, and has two years to go on a deal that'll pay him about $7 million in 2012. ''Steven's here, he's in the offseason program, he's upstairs every other day,'' coach Jeff Fisher said Wednesday. ''He's doing great, having fun, learning the offense.'' Fisher said he didn't know how the rumor started or where it was coming from. He recalled rumors that the Rams were shopping quarterback Sam Bradford around when they traded the No. 2 pick to Washington, and he repeated that Jackson was not on the market. ''We talk about the potential ways of improving the roster, but his name has not been floated out there,'' Fisher said. '...
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