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The topic of whether the St. Louis Rams should return to L.A. needs to be discussed. St. Louis Rams fans will hate this article, because it threatens your very existence as a fan for the ones who go to the games in St. Louis, MS. However with the actual building of a stadium in Los Angeles, CA, the Rams should be given the opportunity to return to the city the Rams called home for over 49 years. This is the top 5 reasons the Rams should move back to Los Angeles, CA.
5. Jeff Fisher is from California
Jeff Fisher was born in Culver City, CA and grew up in the Southern California area.… Read more
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While Steven Jackson saves himself for Sunday, his rookie understudies are getting more shots to prove they belong. The Rams running back was held out of practice for the second straight day Thursday while nursing a nagging groin injury. Both Daryl Richardson and Isiah Pead have been getting the bulk of the carries.
“The younger backs are coming along pretty good,” Jackson said...
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson (groin) missed his second consecutive practice on Thursday, according to ESPN.
Jackson picked up the injury in week 2 against Washington, and struggled the next week in Chicago.
Daryl Richardson is next in line if Jackson is held out or limited on Sunday's game against Seattle.
Jackson has been a durable running back in...
ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson did not practice for the second straight day Thursday while nursing a nagging groin injury.
While Jackson watches, rookie Daryl Richardson has been making his mark with Seattle up next on Sunday.
Richardson was the next to last pick of the draft out of Abilene Christian and at 196 pounds is 40 pounds lighter than Jackson...
I think an apology is in order before I kick this article off.
I am sorry Steven Jackson. You have spent your entire career playing for a woeful franchise. You have put up Hall of Fame numbers. You have been a first class citizen in the St. Louis community. You have been an outstanding teammate. You could have went to another franchise and maybe go for a ring, but you chose...
When Chris Mortensen of ESPN broke that the NFL and the real referees are very close, the entire nation rejoiced. Finally, the NFL can return to normal and the integrity of the sport that everyone loves because of their attention deficit disorder, fantasy football obsession, and gambling habits can get back to normal.
On Wednesday afternoon, it was not just fans that were...
According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Rams head coach Jeff Fisher indicated that running back Steven Jackson will be a game-time for this week’s game against the Seahawks.
Jackson has been very limited this week in practice with a groin injury.
Scary as it may seem, this Rams offense has made progress. Okay, feel free to read on once you’re done face palming at the concept of this offense being an improvement.
Writers Disclaimer: Be prepared for the tone of this article to swing from positive to negative, hopeful to panic and back again.
The first two weeks of the NFL season were relatively encouraging...
The Seattle Seahawks are coming to the Edward Jones dome for a visit. After watching the Rams play the Bears, the Seattle defensive line is probably looking to top its 8 sack performance (IN ONE HALF) from Monday night.
Rams’ fans may not realize their own dire circumstances. I have seen pundits and fans alike suggesting that the dude on offense in “da Bears” game can...
There are several sports stories and headlines for you tokeep up with this weekend. Every Friday in the Bommarito Sports Update we willhelp sift through it all to keep you updated. Some of the key storylines tofollow this weekend are...
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Sam Bradford and the Rams return home to take on Pete Carroll and the Seahawks. RAMS COVERAGE
Here we go again. Pundits everywhere are distressed that the Rams abandoned the run in the loss to the Bears. My first article after the Rams loss noted the Rams called for runs on only 26% of the plays in the Bears game. I called it an astonishingly low ratio. At the same time, I noted that I wanted to review the film before any conclusions could be drawn. http://www.ramsherd...