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Posts Tagged ‘Donnie Avery’

Training Camp Position Breakdown: WR

Let’s begin our spin around the Rams roster breaking down every player and their role in the 2010 Rams, if they are going to make the team and their role in the future.  Today we are going to cover the crowded field at WR. The wide receivers are the camp battle to watch as there […]

Free Agent WR Overview

Word has emerged recently that the Rams and Isaac Bruce are going to make arrangements that will allow him to retire as a Ram. And for those brief hours, he’s still going to be the St. Louis Rams’ best wide receiver. Maybe new receivers coach Nolan Cromwell can talk a fellow team legend into staying […]

Who to Keep: WR

With the Rams season over, it is time to think about who should be back next year at every position.  Let’s take a look through player by player. Next up are the wide receivers. Donnie Avery – Avery is miscast as a number 1 receiver and it has shown in 2010 and he has been […]

Late FG By Brown Helps Texans Get Past Rams 16-13

A weird thing happened at Edward Jones Dome Sunday when the St. Louis Rams hosted the Houston Texans. First the expected – the Texans outgained the Rams 419-237, had more first downs (22-15) and a minute and twenty seconds more of ball possession time. One would think “easy victory”, right? Not so fast. The Texans […]

Quote of the Day

Receivers Donnie Avery and Brandon Gibson gave the Rams a badly needed boost at the position. Getting Avery healthy — or at least healthier — during the bye week was key. Avery set a career high with two touchdown receptions. From Mike Sando of ESPN’s NFC West Blog in his Silver Linings post. Is it […]

Donnie Avery Looks to be Good to Go

I share this without comment. (Emphais mine) “It’s a lot better,” Avery said. “I’m feeling really fluent out there.”

Why Is Donnie Avery Not Going Deep?

So far in 2009, Donnie Avery has not been the dynamic WR the Rams had in the beginning of the 2008 season and when they chose him in the 2nd round of the 2008 NFL draft. In 2008, Avery averaged 12.7 yards per reception. In 2009, Avery has averaged 6.2 yards per reception.  Let’s look […]

Avery Is Back, Baby!

Donnie Avery had a full practice with the scout team today and looked as fast as he was before the injury.  Don’t rush it Donnie, just be ready for the first regular season game.