We’ve spent a lot of time in the last few weeks setting our expectations for the 2014 Rams, but before any of those can become a reality, a 53-man roster must first be crafted.
We took a look at the quarterback position for our first 2014 training camp preview. Today, we take a look at a very intriguing position on the Rams roster: running backs.
Yesterday we examined whether the Rams should select a running back in the draft to pair with likely starter Zac Stacy. Today, we’re going to take a quick look at the Rams’ need for a running back overall.
The answer to whether the Rams need a backup running back all boils down to how comfortable you are with the current guys on the roster. The primary backup as of right now...
For most of you, Week 13 is the final week of the regular season in fantasy football. That means if you are on the playoff bubble and need to win this week, this is the most crucial week of the season. Bench the wrong guy and it could very well be “see ya next year.” […]
ST. LOUIS -- Benny Cunningham knew all about Jeff Fisher.
Cunningham grew up in Nashville and played his college football at Middle Tennessee State in nearby Murfreesboro, about 30 miles southeast of his hometown.
He saw Fisher's Titans run the ball time and time again. He grew up watching Eddie George run it, then guys like Chris Brown, Travis Henry and LenDale White before...
Rams rookie Benny Cunningham scrambled for a career-best 109 yards in Sunday's win over Chicago.Fantasy Spin:That gives Cunningham 181 yards in his last two contests. If Zac Stacy (concussion) can't suit up next week against the 49ers, Cunningham would get the start. Look for the 23-year-old to get plenty of attention on the waiver wire this week.
Benny Cunningham busted out for a big game on Sunday against the Chicago Bears and could be a fantasy option in Week 13 depending on the health of Zac Stacy. Stacy left Sunday’s game in the second quarter with a concussion, and it was all Cunningham after that. The undrafted back out of Middle Tennessee […]
St. Louis halfback Zac Stacy has been diagnosed with a concussion. He didn't come out for the start of the second half Sunday against the Bears.Fantasy Spin:Obviously, he's done for the day. Backup Benny Cunningham stands the most to gain in Stacy's absence.
St. Louis halfback Isaiah Pead won't play Thursday against the 49ers.Fantasy Spin:He appears to be a healthy scratch. Pead hasn't done much this season, contributing just 21 yards on seven rushes. Daryl Richardson and Benny Cunningham will handle the rushing load in Pead's absence.
ST. LOUIS -- Unlike many NFL coaches, Rams coach Jeff Fisher is not one who typically rests his first-teamers in the preseason finale. Sam Bradford, for example, played long enough to throw for three touchdowns in the final exhibition a year ago.
Fisher, however, might be changing his way of thinking for the Rams' preseason finale Thursday night against the Super Bowl champion...
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ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Shortly after he heard his patellar tendon pop, Benny Cunningham figured this would be out of the question.
"I never imagined I would be here," he says.
But here he was at practice Saturday, two days removed from his first NFL preseason game as a rookie running back with the St. Louis Rams, 10 months after a late hit on a sideline left the Middle Tennessee...