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MICHAEL BROCKERS RUMORS

Rams being cautious with Michael Brockers' injury

Michael Brockers is certainly a key part of the Rams intimidating defensive front. But right now, the team's No. 1 goal is to get him healthy for Week 1. Brockers is dealing with a shoulder injury that has limited his practice time and also forced him to miss the preseason game against Tennessee."You know, shoulder is banged up," Brockers said, via ESPN. "Life as a nose tackle...
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Rams' Brockers takes up martial arts this offseason

St. Louis Rams defensive tackle Michael Brockers tries something new each offseason to try to continue to improve. Two seasons ago, he hired a personal chef to make sure he showed up to camp lighter and quicker. This offseason, Brockers has taken up martial arts.  “In life, I think every day you have to learn something,” Brockers said, via St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “If you’re...
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June 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Michael Brockers says he would like to stay a Ram his whole career

Defensive tackle Michael Brockers has made it clear he would like to sign a contract extension with the Rams and play his whole career in St. Louis. Brockers is very fond of the coaching staff, especially Fisher, and believes he can be a part one of the best defensive lines in football for years to come. "I am definitely hopeful I can get a long-term deal," Brockers said, via ESPN...
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June 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Cowboys, Texans, Cardinals, & Dolphins Interested In Trading For Rams DT Michael Brockers

Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net reports that the Cowboys, Texans, and Cardinals have all reached out to the Rams about a trade for DT Michael Brockers. According to Pauline, Dolphins are also among the interested teams in Brockers. There were rumors of teams being interested in Brockers earlier this week, even though the Rams denied any interest in trading the former ...
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April 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Rumor Mill: Rams talking to the Bears about trading draft picks and more

Hold onto your butts, the NFL Draft rumor mill is about to kick into overdrive. How crazy is it getting out there in cyberspace? Even players who were secured yesterday are on the block. According to a report by draft insider Benjamin Allbright, the St. Louis Rams are talking to the Chicago Bears about swapping picks, as well as Michael Brockers: Hot rumor or pre-draft smoke?: ...
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April 28, 2015  |  Discuss

St. Louis Rams exercise fifth-year option on Michael Brockers

The Rams have exercised their fifth-year option on defensive tackle Michael Brockers. Rams to pick up fifth-year option on DT Michael Brockers. — Jim Thomas (@jthom1) April 27, 2015 As explained last year when the Rams picked up Robert Quinn’s fifth-year option, the fifth-year option concept was put into place during the new CBA implemented in 2011. Players selected among...
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April 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Michael Brockers is ready to get his “Sunday Fundays” back

Most young professional twenty-somethings like myself know all about our version of Sunday Fundays. But Michael Brockers has a different idea of Sunday Funday, and it doesn’t involve Bloody Marys and bottomless mimosas. My Sunday fundays can't come soon enough! @stlouisrams #rams #nfl http://t.co/JSe4BkSHqC pic.twitter.com/ihuZAjKcj5 — Michael Brockers (@MichaelBrockers) July 12, 2014
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July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Rams DT Brockers making plays in middle

Officials are so vigilant about protecting the quarterback, Michael Brockers made a textbook hit - and still got flagged. St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher praised his defensive tackle right after a 42-21 victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday, and the next day, too. Fisher thought Brockers was penalized because the hit was so good. Going forward, he wouldn't have the Rams' first...
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November 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Has Les Snead’s decisions helped or hurt the St. Louis Rams?

Photo courtesy of Stlouistoday.comThe future is something that is very hard to predict, but it is task general managers get paid millions of dollars to do. You can gather up all of the statistics and 40 times on a player in order to make the right decision. No matter how much film you watch not one player is a sure thing. In the end it is all a crapshoot. St. Louis Rams general manager...
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November 24, 2013  |  Discuss
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