Found February 07, 2013 on
In 1995, the Los Angeles Rams' owner, Georgia Frontiere, moved her dismal team to a new home in St. Louis, MO. After four horrible seasons in their new city, the St. Louis Rams began to turn things around and became one of the best teams in NFL history, making it to the postseason in five out of six seasons including two Super Bowl showings. From 1999 through the 2006 season the Rams finished second place or better and defeated the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXIV in 1999 after going a disappointing 4-12 the previous year. Since the 2006 season, the Rams have had very little to cheer about as they have not been back to the postseason since. In 2012, a new era began as former Tennessee Titans head coach, Jeff Fisher, took over the reigns on the sidelines and showed more promise out of the team than anyone had seen in years.The St. Louis faithful once again have something to look forward to on Sundays. After tying and beating the NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers, the Rams...
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Danny Amendola might want to watch his back after his agent Erik Burkhardt threw more than stones at newly acquired receiver Titus Young. Amendola, who is a free agent in 2013, primarily plays the same position as Young. Burkhardt fired a scud at the troublesome Young, clearly trying to make a case for his guy.
The St. Louis Rams made headlines on Tuesday by picking up Titus Young off the waiver wire. The Detroit Lions had previously released Young, who just finished his second year in the NFL after being selected in the second round of the 2011 draft. Young's behavior had become too much for the Lions to overcome despite his obvious talent on the field.
Rams head coach Jeff Fisher...
Titus Young was released by the Detroit Lions Monday, but it
didn’t take long for the troubled wide receiver to be picked up by the St.
Louis Rams. The Rams claimed Young, a former second-round pick of the Lions,
off waivers yesterday, the team announced.
#Rams have been awarded WR Titus Young from waivers. Young spent first two seasons in Detroit.
— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams...
Last week, a panel of three arbitrators sided with the St. Louis Rams over the St. Louis CVC regarding the Edward Jones Dome and its status as a top tier facility.
The decision means that the CVC can either accept the Rams proposal of dumping nearly $700 million into the Dome for upgrades, or reject the Rams proposal and begin discussing alternatives with Stan Kroenke.
Titus Young says he’s better than Megatron, and now he may get the chance to prove it. Per Jason La Canfora, the St. Louis Rams have picked Young up off Waivers.
I’m sure Jeff Fisher will institute some type of behavior clause in whatever contract they workout, but here’s Young’s opportunity to show out.