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Ogletree and Laurinaitis are 1-2 in tackles entering finale

ST. LOUIS -- Last year, Alec Ogletree ended James Laurinaitis' four-year run as the St. Louis Rams' leading tackler. Of course, he'd like to lead again. "I definitely take pride in it," Ogletree said after practice Wednesday. "That was definitely one of my goals coming in, and right now I'm leading. We'll see how it unfolds." The linebackers are 1-2 again heading into the finale...
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St. Louis Rams: what is next for 2015?

James Laurinaitis The St. Louis Rams in 2014 have had their challenges. The Rams had some bad luck with some injuries, play calling, and getting players ready to compete on a week to week basis. The Rams play calling on both sides of the ball has left a lot to be desired. This year should have been the St. Louis Rams year to make it to the playoffs but bad luck always seemed to...
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WATCH: St. Louis Rams LB James Laurinaitis Smashes Poor Kerwynn Williams

There was precious little offense in Thursday night's game between the Arizona Cardinals and St. Louis Rams, but there was a whole lot of one thing--monster hits. One of the best came during the first half of the game when the Cardinals were within striking distance of the end zone.Had Cardinals running back Kerwynn Williams made the catch on this play Rams linebacker James Laurinaitis...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Offseason Position Preview: Linebackers

Since he was drafted in 2009, James Laurinaitis has been the spearheaded leader of this defense. He has led the team in tackles year-after-year and is the figure his teammates rally behind.But Laurinaitis’ only fault as captain of some of the worst defensive units in St. Louis history is being in the wrong place at the wrong time. The former Ohio State product was drafted in the...
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July 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Rams defense provides bright spot in up and down season

ST. LOUIS -- James Laurinaitis doesn't have an answer. The St. Louis Rams' middle linebacker has tried to figure out where things went wrong, why his team and his defense can look dominant in some games and struggle to stop anybody in others. Laurinaitis knows that next month, when the Rams are watching the playoffs, they are going to be watching team they beat this season -- Arizona...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
December 15, 2013  |  Discuss

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