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It’s almost July! That means it’s almost time for training camp! It’s time for the rookies, vets, and novices to get back on the field. It’s time for the media, fans, players, coaches, and analysts to start asking the big questions. With new coaches and players, many eyes are fixed on St. Louis, and the media and NFL fans are becoming more interested. There are many questions revolving around the St. Louis Rams this year. These questions involve players, coaches, and even places. In this article I’ll cover the three biggest questions that I have as a diehard fan.
Will the draft picks gel?
GM Les Snead and head coach Jeff Fisher recently completed their very first draft together. Both men are known as draft gurus separately. How did they do together? If things go as planned, the rookies will work very well together and turn the Rams into a force to be reckoned with. If things do gel, Fisher will coach a very
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St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford donates $500...
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