Posts Tagged ‘Jerious Norwood’

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: Running Back

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 the running backs. […]

On The Bubble: RB Edition

With the cutdown from 90 to 80 players coming in a week, there is no better time than the present to look at the Rams roster and who will make the team, now we will take a look at the running back and (lightly used) full back positions. Starter: Steven Jackson – Jackson is the […]

OFFICIAL: Jerious Norwood Signs

After hours of rampant rumors and speculation and team photos, the Rams signed running back Jerious Norwood to a 1-year contract.  Norwood, coming off a mostly lost year should be a great fit for a situational running back, but not necessarily relied on for a solid between the tackles number 2 runner.  However, Norwood has the breakaway speed and […]

Jerious Norwood Close To Signing With Rams

Where there is a lot of smoke, there is usually fire.  One report does not a signing make, but three and four reports usually indicate something is pending.  Joe Pelusi of 590 the Fan radio in STL was the first to go out on a limb for Norwood: Jerious Norwood is in St. Louis tonight. […]

What Is The Next Move For the Rams?

Official younger brother of RamsGab, Zach (@BlazinBox on twitter) has been at Rams training camp over the past few days and got the juiciest quote of yesterday for Rams GM Billy Devaney: Interestingly enough, Devaney backed very quickly off the Ronnie Brown subject, but clarified that he meant “Running Back”.  A GM would very rarely […]