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At 0-5, Rams Continue Freefall

Rams coaches didn’t have any more answers at their Monday press conference than they had on Sunday following the team’s fifth straight loss to open the 2007 season.  St. Louis is off to one of its worst starts since moving to the Gateway City in 1995.  The Rams also started the 2002 season at 0-and-5, but climbed to the five-hundred mark that year by reeling off five straight victories.  Scott Linehan’s club has today off and travels to Baltimore this weekend to face a 3-and-2 Ravens team that sits in second place in the AFC North, a game behind the Pittsburgh Steelers.  The Rams will again be without running back Steven Jackson.  The All-Pro rusher will remain sidelined for the third week in a row with a partial groin tear.  Cornerback Tye Hill may return from a back injury and defensive tackle Claude Wroten is expected to be reinstated after serving a four-game NFL suspension.


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