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Steven Jackson's contract will likely be void after this season, making Jackson an unrestricted free agent in 2013.
According to Pete Prisco of CBS, the Rams will allow Jackson to void his contract following this season, even though he hasn't reached the incentives required for him to do so.
The move is strange to say the least, considering he's the Rams' most recognizable player.
The only logical explanation I can come up with is that the Rams are trying to move on to a new era with Sam Bradford as their centerpiece.
At this point, it doesn't really matter why the Rams are content with allowing Steven Jackson out of his contract. The important thing is that he'll likely be one of the top free agents next offseason.
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Could Steven Jackson's time with the St. Louis Rams be coming to a close? Perhaps so.
The Rams' all-time leading rusher will be allowed to void the final year of his contract and become an unrestricted free agent after this season, according to CBSSports.com. Jackson, drafted 24th overall by St. Louis in 2004, has led the Rams in rushing each year since 2005. He has 9,288...
The St. Louis Rams have allowed running back Steven Jackson to void the final year of his contract, which will allow Jackson to become an unrestricted free agent after this season, CBSSports.com reported Thursday. According to the report, Jackson needed to average 1,200 rushing yards and 400 receiving yards per season from 2008-2011 to void the final two years of his contract ...
Free agent status is something that most, if not all, players covet immensely, as they can not only find their way to multimillion dollar contracts and long-term job security, but they can also choose to play in a locale that’s closer to their families and friends.
Steven Jackson just became the newest member of the 2013 free agent class, thanks in large part to a bit of acquiescence...
The St. Louis Rams have agreed to void the remainder of running back Steven Jackson’s contract, allowing him to become a free agent following the season, according to CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco.
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Jackson has been with the Rams since being selected 24th overall in the 2004 NFL draft. Since that time, he has amassed a franchise record 9,364 rushing yards—fourth...
The St. Louis Rams have been preparing for life without their all-time running back rushing leader in Steven Jackson for the past couple of seasons. After all, Jackson is often injured and shows up on the NFL Injury Report far more often than not. He guts it out for the most part, but he could be in the twilight of his career. The Rams are more ready than ever to move on from Jackson...
We’ll trust that Stacey Dales asked Steven Jackson if he would play with that injured groin. Anyway, how does Dales still have a football reporting job? Blah, blah, blah. Groin. Play.Just as we suspected, the Arizona Cardinals were complete frauds. A 17-3 loss to the Rams proved our theory to be completely true. 45 rushing yards from the Cardinals speaks for itself. The Rams had...
ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Rams running Steven Jackson can void the final year of his contract after this season in a compromise after talks fell through on a long-term extension.
The running back confirmed terms of the deal to the Associated Press on Friday.
"It's part of the business," Jackson told reporters. "I've said that from the beginning that, even...
The Rams are sitting somewhere they haven’t been since 2006, above .500 after beating the Arizona Cardinals Thursday 17-3 Thursday night. Earlier in the day it was announced that the team had decided to allow it’s all time leading rusher, Steven Jackson to void the final year of his deal that was to pay him [...]
The St. Louis Rams have had a difficult start to their season. They are 1-3 entering their Thursday nigh match-up with the Arizona Cardinals, and they are looking for any bit of good news they can get. And while they got a dose of bad news surrounding Eugene Sims, the good news may just be in the form of Steven Jackson.
Jackson has been limited in practice for the past...