Found May 16, 2012 on Fox Sports Midwest:
ST. LOUIS Brian Quick cradles the ball in the middle of a practice field, the hope of a franchise resting in his hands. Its the second session of a rookie minicamp at Rams Park, and the St. Louis Rams future at wide receiver wants to make an impression. Quick searches for open space against defenders during drills. The pace is light, but the man taken 33rd overall earns rave reviews for his potential from coach Jeff Fisher after the workout. Before walking into the locker room at the ContinuityX Training Center, he stops and addresses his first taste of NFL life. Nothing caught me by surprise, Quick says, a crowd gathered around him. I expected this. Its my job. Im supposed to handle my job and do the things to get better. Nothing really surprised. With time, he answers questions about lessons gained from his first two practices as a professional. He speaks with a confidence that will help him when he manages expectations that come with being the first wide receiver taken in t...

Rams return to training hopeful, refreshed

ST. LOUIS The spring means scrubbing away a bad memory. More than four months after Steve Spagnuolo left the Edward Jones Dome as the St. Louis Rams' coach for a final time, there's optimism at Rams Park this week with veterans returning for offseason training activities. It's found in what wide receiver Danario Alexander calls a more relaxed setting under coach Jeff...

Jeff Fisher believes Janoris Jenkins will be really good really soon

AP Photo St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher decided to take a gamble when he drafted former Florida/North Alabama cornerback Janoris Jenkins in the second round of this year’s draft. Fisher was a guest on ESPN’s NFL32 today and said they did a lot of research on Jenkins prior to the draft and he actually heard a lot of good things about him despite the fact that he was booted...

Pet memories help Rams rookies, vets break ice

ST. LOUIS (AP) Jeff Fisher took an offbeat approach for breaking the ice when St. Louis Rams veterans and rookies met for the first time. Besides standing and reciting their names, schools, favorite movies, etc., during introductions, the new players were asked to recall the name of their first pet along with how it died. Fisher said several mentioned hamsters and turtles, while...

Rams’ Steven Jackson gearing up for a big year

If you listen carefully you’ll hear it. The grunts in the background along with the rhythmic clinking of weights as St. Louis Rams’ running back Steven Jackson is getting himself ready for another season. Jackson knows there is a lot at stake. The team just drafted what could be his eventual replacement in the second round of the draft and he will be 29 years old when the 2012...

Missouri must decide what Rams mean to them

ST. LOUIS Suddenly, there's a wish list with theworry. Suddenly, there are bullet points to go along with concern that the Ramscould begin packing after the 2014 season. Suddenly, there are sketches to showwhat a revamped Edward Jones Dome could look like to prevent a possible move toLA. Now the Rams' vision has a public identity. It's outlined in a thickcounterproposal...

The 2012 NFL draft has reached a conclusion. And not only that, NFL teams are basically done with the signing of undrafted rookies as well. The June 1 cuts will allow the St. Louis Rams to make a few more veteran additions to the team (if that's what they desire), but for the most part, the members of the official 53-man roster are hidden within the current 84-man roster.  Over the next
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