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Rams News Recap: June 2

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by RamBill, Jun 3, 2014.

  1. RamBill Well-Known Member

    Jul 31, 2010
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    Fisher Excited About Competition as Rams Begin Spring Sessions –PD
    The Rams will begin organized team activities (OTAs) today at Rams Park in Earth City. They will hold 10 such sessions over the next three weeks. Then, following a break of a month or so, the veterans will report for training camp July 24.

    Fantasy Football Team Preview: St. Louis Rams –FoxSports
    Sam Bradford is entering his fifth season as the Rams starting quarterback this year. If St. Louis doesn’t win at least eight games, I worry for his future with this team.

    Tony Softli Talks Rams OTA’s

    Rams Scouting Report: S Maurice Alexander –TST
    The St. Louis Rams decided to shock the world and draft safety Maurice Alexander in the 4th round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

    What to Watch as Rams Open OTAs –Wagoner
    The St. Louis Rams will officially open their version of organized team activities on Tuesday, making them the last in the league to do so.

    Breaking Down Davin Joseph’s Contract –Wagoner
    The St. Louis Rams signed guard Davin Joseph to a one-year contract late last week, adding some much-needed veteran depth to the offensive line.

    NFL OTAs: Most Important Position Battles –Yahoo.com
    To help focus on key issues heading into this week’s OTAs, here is a look at the most important competition for a starting position in each camp:

    Morning Ram-blings: Best Ram Ever? –Wagoner
    As we continue to trudge toward the 2014 NFL season, there are many ways to pass the time. One of the most popular involves making lists.

    Searching for Rams Rookie Mo Alexander’s Safety Spot –Wagoner
    After the St. Louis Rams used a fourth-round pick on Maurice Alexander, the initial wave of discussion centered on his interesting path from Edward Jones Dome janitor to NFL safety.

    Game Plan to Expose Seattle’s Defense –Video

    One on One with Rams Linebacker James Laurinaitis –Video
  2. RamBill Well-Known Member

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    Morning Ram-blings: Similar to Seattle?
    By Nick Wagoner


    EARTH CITY, Mo. -- As the incumbent world champions, the Seattle Seahawks are the team every other team in the league aspires to be.

    While there's no blueprint for every team to follow to reach the NFL's pinnacle, the Seahawks have certainly set forth an impressive path to the Lombardi trophy. In what was a complete rebuild, the Seahawks tore down their roster and completely reinvented it with new coach Pete Carroll and Co. Seattle built through the draft and made a record-setting number of roster moves in the process.

    In his weekly mailbag, ESPN senior NFL writer John Clayton was asked if he sees a little bit of that Seahawks' plan in how the St. Louis Rams have been built.

    Clayton offered an interesting response, noting the similarities between the rebuilds but also pointing out that much will fall on quarterback Sam Bradford to elevate the Rams to the next level.

    "The Rams have an all-star defensive line and a decent back seven," Clayton wrote. "The offensive line should be better, but it's all up to Bradford. He's the key to getting them over the top."

    Indeed, many expect big things from the Rams defense in 2014 and the biggest question remaining is whether they can score enough to win in football's toughest division. Seattle doesn't ask much of quarterback Russell Wilson, but when they need a big play, he seems to find a way to do it. If the Rams can get something similar from Bradford, the comparisons to Seattle might be more tangible.


    A roundup of Monday's Rams stories appearing on ESPN.com. ... In the Ram-blings, we began the day with a look at one man's opinion of the greatest Ram ever. ... From there, we examined how fourth-round safety Maurice Alexander fits with the defense as a rookie. ... Next, we offered the numbers on guard Davin Joseph's one-year deal with the Rams. ... Finally, we closed the day with a preview of organized team activities.


    ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder adds more intrigue to the on-going Daryl Washington story in Arizona.

    More linebacker news from the Rams' NFC West foes as Seattle's Bruce Irvin has hip surgery.

    At stltoday.com, Bernie Miklasz writes that Gregg Williams is a major key to the Rams' chances in 2014.

    At 101sports.com, Randy Karraker pens a letter to commissioner Roger Goodell with tongue planted firmly in cheek.

    USA Today offers one man's guess at how the season will play out with plenty of respect for the Rams and the NFC West.
  3. fearsomefour Well-Known Member

    Jan 15, 2013
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    Get Angerer signed.