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According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Rams and wide receiver Danny Amendola are still “far apart” when it comes to making sure they’re able to re-sign him this offseason.
The Rams and Amendola are far apart in terms of what it will take to re-sign him. And re-signing Gibson doesn’t appear likely because the Rams need to use their limited salary cap resources on other players. If both Amendola and Gibson leave, the Rams will have only three wideouts under contract that played for them last season: Austin Pettis, Chris Givens and Brian Quick.
“Not a concern whatsoever,” Fisher said. “There’s options out there. The free-agent market, there’s options out there, and it’s a great draft for a receiver this year.”
When asked if the Rams wanted Amendola back, Fisher replied: “Oh yes, we’ve got a number of unrestricted free agents on our roster that we want back, and Danny would be one of them. ‘Jack’ (Steven Jackson) would be another. We’ve got plenty of time. The process is ong
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The St. Louis Rams and wide receiver Danny Amendola are “far
apart in terms of what it will take to re-sign him,” according to Jim Thomas of
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The Rams recently waived wide receiver Titus Young, who was
claimed off waivers from the Detroit Lions. His departure puts even more focus
on the team’s re-signing of Amendola and fellow free agent wide...
27-year-old wideout Danny Amendola is far away from a deal with the Rams according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Amendola has never been an unrestricted free agent in his career so it is likely he could be in anohter uniform next season even though coach Jeff Fisher would like to keep him in St. Louis.
With the news that Wes Welker won't be tagged by the Patriots, I could...
The Rams and WR Danny Amendola are reportedly far apart regarding a long-term extension, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Rams head coach Jeff Fisher mentioned that they would like to retain Amendola, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent in a matter of weeks.
“We’ve got plenty of time. The process is ongoing. We’re communicating with their agents and so...
The St. Louis Rams had a chance to deal quarterback Sam Bradford and draft Robert Griffin III, a move that now has some scratching their heads.
While Griffin went ahead and won rookie of the year, Bradford had another ordinary season. However, the Rams had multiple opportunities to obtain a high first round draft pick for Bradford before the 2012 NFL Draft.
According to Chris...
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher did an interview with The Fast Lane on ESPN 101 in St. Louis (via SportsRadioInterviews.com) and indicated that quarterback Sam Bradford had a rough season in 2012 because of the lack of talent around him.
“His play was directly affected by the people around him,” said Fisher. “There’s times when it’s difficult to step up in the...
It turns out that St. Louis Rams receiver Danny Amendola's agent was right. The teams' signing of Titus Young would have no negative impact on negotiations with this client. Young got the boot after only 9 days with the team. As for perhaps a positive impact, that may be another story. The Rams are desperate for a receiver, and talks with Amendola may heat up after this...
It seems likely that Rams wide receiver Brandon Gibson will be playing for a new team in 2013. SOURCE: St. Louis Post-DispatchFantasy Spin:Gibson (51 catches, five TD, 691 yards in 2012) had his moments last season but overall he's not a receiver you can count on for consistent fantasy production. A change of scenery could do Gibson some good or it could bury him even further...
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Rams and wide receiver Danny Amendola are "far apart" on terms of a new contract.Fantasy Spin:It's seems like Amendola's preference would be a return to St. Louis but he's not likely to take a hometown discount either. These negotiations should drag on for a while.
Many a pundit will tell you St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford has not progressed the way a number one pick should progress.
Bradford has seemed to stall or regress while rookies and other quarterbacks taken since his draft have seemed to experience a ton of success.
Rams head coach Jeff Fisher was asked about Bradford during an interview on ESPN 101, and according to Pro Football...
After a blissful 10 days working in the Rome of the West, the St. Louis Rams wisely released degenerate wide receiver Titus Young on Friday. The 5-foot-11, 174 pound Young, who Detroit took out of Boise State with the 44th … Continue reading →
According to Don Banks of SI.com, if the St. Louis Rams won’t be going after Greg Jennings and Dwayne Bowe in free agency, even if they aren’t able to re-sign wide receiver Danny Amendola. There’s too much concern over Jennings’ injuries over the past two seasons and a lot of people around the league are worried Bowe will stop playing once he gets paid.
If St. Louis does...
Sam Bradford would benefit if the Rams made some upgrades to their offense this offseason. (Credit: AP Photo)
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford has had his fair share of struggles since making it to the NFL. Bradford had the best season of his career in 2012, his first year under head coach Jeff Fisher, but he has largely been considered a disappointment after being the first...
BY J.P. SCOTT ON FEBRUARY 16, 2012
For the second time in less than two weeks, NFL wide receiver Titus Young is unemployed.
After a tumultuous 2-year stretch with the Detroit Lions that included punching a teammate, intentionally lining up in the wrong position and claiming to be a better player than Calvin Johnson, he was let go once and for all by the club on February 4th. The...
The St. Louis Rams have several questions surrounding the wide receiver position, as Danny Amendola and Brandon Gibson are both free
agents. However, if they find themselves in need of an additional wide out, the
team isn’t expected to target free agents Greg Jennings or Dwayne Bowe,
according to Don Banks of Sports Illustrated.
If St. Louis does lose Amendola, it doesn'...