The St. Louis Rams are seemingly set at tight end, with Jared Cook, Lance Kendricks and the versatile Cory Harkey set to return at the position.
However, Kendricks could become a free agent after next season, and Harkey is not a long-term building block by any means. So the Rams could conceivably select a tight end in the draft this May.
In case they do, we want you to be prepared...
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Rams tight end Lance Kendricks is expected to miss at least one week with a broken finger on his right hand.
Coach Jeff Fisher said Monday the team was trying to determine whether Kendricks could play wearing a cast, but said in any case he would need time for swelling to subside.
Kendricks has made seven starts in a two-tight end set with Jared Cook and...
Rams tight end Lance Kendricks has developed into more than just a red zone threat. He has at least two catches inside the opponents' 20 or a touchdown in each of his last five games.
The 6-foot-3, 250-pound Kendricks also is a solid blocker and has helped improve the Rams' running game in the past three weeks.
It's the best start for Kendricks since he was drafted...
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November 02, 2013
Bryan Souza scouts Rams tight end Lance Kendricks and pegs him as a possible Aaron Hernandez replacement at tight end for the New England Patriots.
Rams tight end Lance Kendricks has fully returned from the active PUP list,
according to ESPN.com's Nick Wagoner. Kendricks has been rehabbing from a knee
injury throughout training camp. Since the team had placed him on the “active
PUP list,” Kendricks was free to return at any time.
Rams acquiring tight end Jared Cook in the offseason, Kendricks is...
Lance Kendricks, TE, St. Louis Rams
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Lance Kendricks, the second year tight end out of Wisconsin, had a very solid sophomore season in 2012 for the St. Louis Rams. Becoming one of Sam Bradford’s favorite targets, Kendricks grabbed 42 receptions for 519 yards and 4 touchdowns....
The blistering heat that goes along with NFL training camps is no big deal for St. Louis Rams tight end Lance Kendricks.
During the offseason, the 251-pound Kendricks got acclimatized attending hot yoga classes twice a week, doing his poses with the thermometer ratcheted up to 90 degrees for 90 minutes. He's proud to say he never ducked out.
Kendricks, a second-round pick last...
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August 20, 2012
ST. LOUIS This is a moment Lance Kendricks will work to forget.
Its early in a drill Wednesday at Rams Park. The second-year St. Louis Rams tight end jogs toward the middle of a practice field, churning and grinding and laboring with his 6-foot-3, 247-pound tank of a frame while trying to leave a positive impression on new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
The Rams have one of the thinnest and least proven receiving corps in the NFL, but they have no shortage of young guys with upside. One of those young guys is tight end Lance Kendricks, a 2011 2nd round pick. According to the Rams’ official website, Kendricks figures to have a “prominent” role in the Rams’ offense this year. This makes sense as Dustin Keller, a tight end...
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The Rams are anticipating tight end Lance Kendricks to be a key piece of their offense in 2012, according to their official team website.
Kendricks has dazzled in offseason practices, and figures to see a steady rate of targets under the command of new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, who led Dustin Keller to 65 grabs for 815 yards and five touchdowns with...