Posts Tagged ‘Donnie Jones’

A View on How the Rams Will Deal with the Salary Cap Issues in 2012

Football Outsiders is out and doing Division by Division looks at the salary cap and how it affects each team around the league. To see about the entire NFC West – click HERE Here’s the Rams breakdown, and some of the background on how they think things will play out for the team. Estimated Cap […]

Looking Ahead: Specialists

With the Rams completely out of contention this season, and everyone already looking ahead to the Rams Super Bowl (also known as The NFL Draft), it is already time to take a look at where the Rams roster stands for 2012 and beyond.  Today, we are going to take a look at three specialists. 2012 […]

Training Camp Position Breakdown: Specialists

Since none of these guys are potential cuts, we can run this one after the first cutdown day.  It is your favorite group, the specialists! Josh Brown – Josh Brown is a solid, if high priced kicker for the Rams.  His only real downside is that the Rams too often settle for his services rather […]

Who To Keep: Specialists

This is the last feature of the “Who to Keep” series.  I hope you all enjoyed it.  The last one is easy like the last week of school before winter break.  Onto the specialists. Donnie Jones – punter – Donnie Jones was voted the second team All-Pro as the second best punter in the NFL.  […]

Rams Gab Position Preview – Specialists

We are going to be previewing every position on the Rams here at the eve of training camp.  The last group is the specialists. Josh Brown – K The Rams signed Josh Brown away from the rival Seattle Seahawks with a lucrative free agent contract.  He was one of the few bright spots in 2008 […]

Rams Players Say It’s Wrong Punter Jones Not a Pro-Bowler

From: St. Louis Post-Dispatch Punter Donnie Jones missed practice Wednesday because he was ill. It had nothing to do with any distress he might have suffered over being snubbed by the Pro Bowl voters, coach Jim Haslett assured. “Donnie has the flu,” he said. “He went and saw the doctor, and we sent him home.” […]