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Can the St. Louis Rams maximize their tight ends’ diverse skill sets?

The St. Louis Rams tight end group is one that Coach Jeff Fisher feels content with. The team did not address the position much at all in the offseason. The addition of Jared Cook last year was a huge move to bolster the position. Cook is no doubt the best talent for the Rams, but we all know the tight end position requires much more than raw athleticism. Behind Cook, there are two...
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St. Louis Rams training camp preview: tight ends

Our Thursday training camp preview focuses on the Rams’ group of tight ends, a position in which the Rams have a group of diverse talents and specialties. Among the unit is the team’s leading receiver from 2013, as well as a surprise contributor who may have an expanded role in the upcoming season. The Rams will want a lot out of this group, as they continue to evolve into a...
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July 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Top-5 most underappreciated St. Louis Rams

For today’s Top 5, I decided to take a shot at ranking the most underappreciated Rams as the team wraps up OTAs and heads into training camp. Some of these guys will be fighting for their roster spots in upcoming months, but their contributions in 2013 shouldn’t go unremembered. Let’s get started. 5. Defensive end Eugene Sims (with a nod to William Hayes as well) For as much...
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June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Photo of St. Louis Rams’ tight end and school kids is adorable

St. Louis Rams’ tight end Cory Harkey certainly isn’t a fan favorite. That’s by no doing of his own, of course, but when you only have 14 catches in two seasons it’s difficult to attract the attention of the average joe. Still, there’s no doubt Harkey has potential, as cover32′s Ted Bryant wrote about in January. The (going into his) third year man out of UCLA played...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

An examination of the St. Louis Rams tight end needs

Over the past week or so, we’ve passed along our list of top 10 free agent tight ends along with our list of top 10 tight end prospects in this year’s draft. But do the Rams need a tight end this year? It’s certainly not a top priority by any means, as the offensive line, secondary and wide receiving corps all are clearly more important. But as many successful teams have proven...
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February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Should the Rams consider drafting one of the top tight ends?

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...
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February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Mailbag: Seahawks or 49ers this weekend?

Short mailbag today because we’re sadly already in the dark part of the offseason. (Our own Ted Bryant has already been reduced to writing about Cory Harkey for Christ’s sake.) On to your questions. I hate both teams pretty equally, so I’m torn on who to root for (or who to root against less) between the Seahawks and 49ers this weekend. Help! – Amanda, St. Louis This is a...
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January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Do the St. Louis Rams have the best kicking duo in the league?

Our weekly team nanocasts are back here at cover32. We are talking with our senior editors about the week around your favorite team. Whether they are preparing for a playoff game, looking for a new head coach or just getting set for free agency and the draft, there is something for fans of every NFL team. Nanocast? It’s just a short 2-minute chat to keep you moving through your...
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January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

What do the St. Louis Rams have in Cory Harkey?

Let’s just get this out of the way first: It’s a slow news day. A slow news month, really. Mock drafts are beginning to snowball as go-to content all around the web and likewise I won’t pretend to have the answer to the riddle that is the Rams’ current cap situation. With that said, we’ll continue to look at some of the fringe players of 2013 to see how they may fit into...
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January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Rams finding rare success in red zone

For much of the lost decade of Rams football the red zone was the dead zone. It’s where potential scoring drives went to die. Over the four-year period that encompassed the Steve Spagnuolo coaching tenure and the last year of the Scott Linehan regime the Rams finished either 31st or 32nd in red zone offense. Things weren’t much better in ‘07 (25th). Last year under Jeff Fisher...
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October 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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