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The St. Louis Rams back-up quarterback situation is certainly not in good shape, thanks to less than stellar play by Kellen Clemons and Austin Davis. Thursday night’s fourth preseason game of the year against the Baltimore Ravens figured to be an audition for both quarterbacks as to which one would stick around.
Clemons got the start, which should have been a clue as to which direction the Rams were leading as Davis was cut on Friday night, according to Jim Thomas of StlToday.com and CBS Sports 920.
Couple more Rams cuts now confirmed: LB Josh Hull and QB Austin Davis. Davis still practice squad eligible.
— Jim Thomas (@jthom1) August 31, 2013
Cutting Davis means that head coach Jeff Fisher and Brian Schottenheimer feel more comfortable with the veteran to be the emergency quarterback if something were to happen to Bradford.
I frankly am a bit shocked by the news. I figured that the Rams would keep Austin, who has youth and potential in his corner over Clemons, who is who he is, wh...
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Austin Davis, who competed with Kellen Clemens for the backup quarterback job in St. Louis, is among 22 players cut by the Rams to reach the 53-man roster limit.Linebacker Josh Hull, who made one start in 2012, also was let go on Saturday.The Rams waived wide receiver Emory Blake, defensive end Mason Brodine, linebacker-defensive end Sammy Brown, safety Cody Davis...
ST. LOUIS -- Matt Daniels spoiled the jokes.
Final NFL preseason games are often so ugly they're funny. They're the last showing of a movie no one really wants to see once, let alone four times. Starters are sidelined after a few snaps, or kept off the field entirely. Play calling is vanilla flavored, served with a cardboard spoon.
There are penalties a plenty (sometimes...
Louis Rams have cut their roster to the league-mandated 53 allowable players,
according to ESPN.com's Nick Wagoner. Among those waived or released was
linebacker Josh Hull. His departure means the Rams will keep six linebackers on
their active roster, four of which are rookies. To make things even more
shocking, three of those four rookies were signed this season as...
ST. LOUIS -- On second thought, Jeff Fisher says he is not that concerned about all the penalties the Rams committed during the preseason.
Asked Friday if he believed this weekend's roster reduction would lead to a reduction of penalties, the Rams coach answered, "Yep. I do. ... Really, I'm not that concerned. We'll get it corrected."
After the Rams were...
First off, a confession: I didn't watch the Rams' fourth preseason game. I'm not one of those people that pooh-poohs the value of the preseason, but that last week is often a gruesome spectacle with few starters and little resemblance to actual football.
That said, we can perform a little archaeological dig through the remains before we seal the preseason up in...
ST. LOUIS -- The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens are coming to town, but you can be forgiven for not excitedly counting down the hours to 7 p.m. Thursday.
The Ravens are visiting for a preseason game against the Rams, the fourth and final one, at that. Most teams tend to sit their regulars in the preseason finale under normal circumstances, and the Ravens have even more reason...
ST. LOUIS -- Bobby Rainey scored his first two touchdowns of the preseason, leading a cluster of backups fighting for jobs on both sides in the St. Louis Rams' 24-21 victory to close the preseason on Thursday night.
Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice watched from home, as did Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco.
The Rams (1-3) avoided their first winless preseason since 2002...
ST. LOUIS -- The Rams beat the defending Super Bowl champions, led Peyton Manning 20-10 at the half and limited Aaron Rodgers to a pair of field goals.
A pretty impressive preseason, you say.
But hold on. They also were shredded by Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, run over by Packers rookie Eddie Lacy, finished 1-3 and seemed to rarely go more than two consecutive series without...