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The St. Louis Rams have ruled offensive tackle Rodger Saffold and defensive end William Hayes as out for tonight’s contest against the San Francisco 49ers, according to Joe Lyons on the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.Lyons notes that both Saffold and Hayes are recovering from knee injuries. Saffold was also held out of the team’s Week 3 matchup as a result of his knee ailment, and Lyons notes that he tackle is expected to be replaced in tonight’s starting lineup by Joe Barksdale.Everyone else on the Rams’ injury report – including key players such as running back Daryl Richardson (foot) and offensive tackle Jake Long(foot) – are considered probable to suit up against the 49ers.Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?
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ST LOUIS --The Rams fans who decided to show up to the Edward Jones Dome on Thursday conveyed their feelings loud and clear before they gave up and trudged toward the exits with more than 10 minutes left in quarter four.
Had the place been full instead of the generously announced crowd of 56,640, the boos would have been much louder.
There sure was plenty to boo about.
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams have moved T.J. McDonald to injured reservedesignated to return after the rookie safety fractured his lower right leg during Thursday's 35-11 loss to San Francisco.
The injury will not require surgery, according to Rams coach Jeff Fisher. But the starter out of Southern California will miss at least six weeks. He then will have a two-week window...
The St. Louis Rams appear relatively healthy heading into their week 4 divisional matchup with the San Francisco 49ers’, according to their official team web site. Fortunately for fans, that is a luxury their opponent does not have. While a few of their skill position players were limited or non-participants in practice Monday, they were all back to work on Tuesday in some form...
The St. Louis Rams’ woeful running game desperately missed the presence of Steven Jackson as they could only muster 18 yards on 19 carries. QB Sam Bradford had to carry the Rams offense and the weight was too much for him to handle.
Week 4 begins with a Thursday night showdown of NFC West rivals when the St. Louis Rams play host to the San Francisco 49ers at 8:35 ET on NFL...
St. Louis Rams defensive lineman Robert Quinn stole San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's trademark celebration move after sacking the QB during Thursday night's NFL game at the Edward Jones Dome.
However, Kaepernick seems to be getting the last laugh, as the Niners went into halftime with a 14-3 lead.
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The St. Louis Rams lost their strong safety, rookie T.J. McDonald Thursday night in their loss to the San Francisco 49ers with a fractured leg, reports Chris Wesseling of NFL.com.
McDonald got his leg tangled up in traffic during the their quarter, appearing to run into DE Gerald Rivers at the end of a 3-yard run by Frank Gore.
He was fitted for an air cast and carted off the...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Rams safety T.J. McDonald suffered a fractured leg during tonight’s blowout loss to the 49ers.
Rams S TJ McDonald suffered a leg fracture that led to him being carted off, 2 sources say. He was a Jeff Fisher favorite, tough blow.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 27, 2013
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Ian Rapoport and Mike Silver are reports that the St. Louis Rams are willing to sign QB Sam Bradford to a contract extension right now.
Rapoport mentions that the Rams view Bradford as their franchise quarterback, but he is apparently in “no rush” to renegotiate his current deal.
Rapoport adds that Bradford may hold off on contract talks until 2015, depending on how he performs...
Bryan Souza scouts Rams tight end Lance Kendricks and pegs him as a possible Aaron Hernandez replacement at tight end for the New England Patriots.
ST. LOUIS -- If you're trying to work yourself into a frenzy for this, do yourself a favor and stop.
Whatever seed of a rivalry the St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers planted last year has been neglected in 2013. It needs water fast before it dries up and dies.
"It's a division opponent," Rams coach Jeff Fisher says. "It's a big challenge for us on...
Earlier this week, it was noticed that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was favoriting spiteful, mean-spirited and hypercritical messages from haters on Twitter. On Thursday night in a huge game for his team, Kaepernick silenced those critics, at least temporarily, leading the Niners to a 35-11 whipping of the St. Louis Rams in a […]The post Colin Kaepernick on...
St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn sacked San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, and then celebrated by "Kaepernicking."
St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn rubbed it in on Colin Kaepernick after sacking the San Francisco 49ers quarterback during the Week 4 game between the teams on Thursday. Quinn got to Kaepernick on the first play of San Francisco’s possession following a Rams field goal to make it 3-0. The former North Carolina […]
For most of the first half, this looked to be a game that gibed for the Rams which is another way of saying a low-scoring game. St. Louis isn’t going to keep up with any team that score more than 30 unless you spot them defense and special teams scores, so the early plodding place was just about their speed.The Rams started things off with a first down and a punt. The Niners responded...