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Recapping A Crazy Week for the Rams and The NFL

In January of this year, my wife and I scheduled a summer trip to the Pacific Northwest to visit family and a few cities we haven’t seen before and enjoy the outdoors and scenery.  End of July was a perfect time for both of us.  Little did we know that that specific week from front […]

Training Camp Position Breakdown: Guards

Don’t forget to vote on the Rams weekly approval polling here!  Polls are open for a few more days. Let’s take a look now at the Rams group of guards. Jacob Bell – The Rams signed Jacob Bell to a big free agent deal before the 2010 season and so far in his time with […]

Who To Keep: Guard

The Rams released knucklehead right guard Richie Incognito during the season, which was a smart move, but left the Rams shorthanded at guard going forward.  Let’s take a look at the rest of the offensive guards. Jacob Bell – Jacob Bell was better in 2009 than he had been the previous year after signing his […]

Rams News And Notes

Some St. Louis Rams tidbits from Jim Thomas over at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: To a large degree, Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo liked what he saw from rookie quarterback Keith Null on Sunday against the Houston Texans.”We do think he did make progress,” Spagnuolo said. “Keith will probably joke about it, but it was one […]

Rams Gab Position Preview – Tackles

We are going to be previewing every position on the Rams here at the eve of training camp.  Next up are the tackles and their official left or right position is in parentheses.  However, most tackles prefer to play one or the other and that may not be what is listed. Jason Smith (LT) Number […]

Rams Wrap Up Draft with Eight Picks

The Rams added a total of eight new players during the two-day event including Houston wide receiver Donnie Avery, Toledo offensive lineman John Greco and Penn State cornerback Justin King.  Idaho linebacker David Vobora was chosen by the franchise with the final pick of the draft, also known as Mr. Irrelevant.