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Rams linebacker Ogletree benefits from strong offseason

ST. LOUIS -- Rams linebacker Alec Ogletree still isn't satisfied. Ogletree recorded 18 tackles in the Rams' loss to the Redskins last Sunday. It is the most in a single game for the Rams since London Fletcher had 21 tackles in 2001. "Probably missed a couple of tackles, so I probably could have at least tied it," Ogletree said. That kind of honest self-assessment is why the Rams...
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September 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Alec Ogletree on heading into 2015 season: 'I feel ten times better'

It appears everything may be coming together for Alec Ogletree. Entering 2015, a breakout year could be on the horizon. The Georgia product dropped 10-12 pounds this offseason in an effort to be more effective on the field.“Just being able to move a little quicker, side to side, getting downhill fast, just open up and run. I just wanted to be able to move around and not feel...
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August 31, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL expert expects Alec Ogletree to make 'significant impact' in 2015

Among the 10 training camp risers NFL media's Gil Brandt pegged will have a "significant impact" in 2015, Rams linebacker Alec Ogletree made the cut.  During his first two seasons, Ogletree recorded 228 tackles, 22 pass deflections and three interceptions, including one that went for a 98-yard return touchdown.  Still, Ogletree desired to improved.  He acknowledged he dropped...
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August 27, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL: Odell Beckham and Alec Ogletree Prove You #Never(Truly)Graduate

I’m not saying the fact that these two played for collegiate teams, that are cross-division rivals, made any difference in how this scenario played out, nor am I outright implying that the “late hit” by St. Louis Rams linebacker Alec… Read more → The post NFL: Odell Beckham and Alec Ogletree Prove You #Never(Truly)Graduate appeared first on The Lady Sportswriter.
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December 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Rams LB Ogletree could be scary good in his second NFL season

ST. LOUIS -- Scary. That might be the best word to describe what linebacker Alec Ogletree is expected to accomplish in his second season with the Rams. After all, Ogletree led the team in tackles with 155 in 2013, 124 of which were solo. There was the 98-yard interception return for a touchdown against the Texans on Oct. 13 that was the longest return by a rookie in league history...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

St Louis Rams: #1 player to watch at training camp

The 2014 St Louis Rams are the youngest team in the league. They are going to rely on a lot of young players playing key positions this upcoming season. These young guys need to step up and come into their own if St Louis is going to compete in the ultra competitive NFC west. Alec Ogletree is a guy who coaches and fans should really keep on eye on during the preseason and regular...
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July 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Improved Ogletree + Williams' scheme = tougher Rams D

ST. LOUIS -- Alec Ogletree was having fun Tuesday, despite the sauna-like conditions for the Rams' organized team activity at Rams Park. The Rams' young outside linebacker appeared to be in midseason form, turning the workout into another entry in his personal highlight film with two nifty interceptions, his first two picks of the team's eight OTA sessions. "It was fun," Ogletree...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
June 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Could the St. Louis Rams and Atlanta Falcons be trade partners again?

Last year, the Rams traded down with the Atlanta Falcons from no. 22 to no. 30 and selected Alec Ogletree. This year, the two teams could be trade partners again, as Atlanta has made it clear that they want to move up from their no. 6 slot. Atlanta Falcons are open to trading up in draft, per league sources. Falcons are first team known to be willing to go up. — Adam Schefter...
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March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Could the Rams consider targeting a top free agent linebacker?

The Rams finally have shored up the outside linebacker position, which they had long neglected, by drafting Alec Ogletree in the first round last season. Ogletree improved as the season progressed and made enough big plays (six forced fumbles and a 98-yard interception return for a touchdown) to justify his sometimes lackluster pass coverage and occasional missed tackles. However...
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March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Alec Ogletree is living up to Rams' high expectations

ST. LOUIS --Alec Ogletree can feel it, he says. Every time the Rams' talented rookie outside linebacker takes the field, whether it's the practice field in Earth City or NFL stadiums on Sundays, he gets a little more comfortable and a little bit better. It has all been a learning experience for the first-round pick from Georgia. There's no doubt about that. But Ogletree has shown...
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November 26, 2013  |  Discuss
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