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Rams News Recap: Aug. 24

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by RamBill, Aug 25, 2014.

  1. RamBill

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    Good News on Brockers, Saffold, Langford –PD
    The news from Rams Park on Sunday wasn’t all bad. It just seemed that way.

    ‘Devastating News’ Ends Bradford’s Season –PD
    For Sam Bradford, there were countless hours of rehab work over the past 10 months. A determination to prove his doubters wrong and lead the Rams to higher ground.

    Burwell: No Reason to Up Rams’ Season as Lost
    If you ever needed a more clear example of the heartless reality of pro football’s “next-man-up” nature, this was surely it.

    Rams Won’t Change Offense in Bradford’s Absence –Balzer
    St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher did the best he could Sunday, putting on his positive face in the wake of the stunning news that quarterback Sam Bradford tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.

    ReFo: Rams @ Browns –PFF

    Gordon: Injury finishes Bradford, Rams
    This was supposed to be Sam Bradford’s make-or-break season. Sadly, he broke.

    Rams Turn to Hill But Need More Help –Wagoner
    Summoning his best Dick Vermeil impression Sunday evening, St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher began the sentence just how Vermeil did about 15 years ago.

    Bradford Out for the Year with Knee Injury –PD
    The optimism of Saturday night turned into a Sunday afternoon nightmare for the Rams. Coach Jeff Fisher confirmed that quarterback Sam Bradford suffered new damage to the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, needs additional surgery, and is done for the season.

    Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher Press Conference Transcript: Aug. 24

    Bernie: Bradford and Rams are Cursed
    Instant reaction to the news of the Rams’ loss of quarterback Sam Bradford to a season-ending knee injury. Many words to follow.

    Jeff Fisher Quotes from Press Conference: Aug. 24

    Rams Must Begin Planning for Future at QB –Wagoner
    What was once again thought to be a make-or-break season for St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford broke Sunday, two weeks before it even started.

    Rams Have Some Interest in Mark Sanchez –NFL.com
    With Sam Bradford out for the season with another torn ACL, the natural question for the St. Louis Rams: Who will take his spot?

    Rams Turn To Shaun Hill With Bradford Out –Video

    Sam Bradford Out for Season –ESPN
    St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford is out for the 2014 season after an MRI disclosed he tore the ACL in his left knee in Saturday night’s preseason game against the Browns, according to multiple sources.

    Schefter: Rams Worried About Bradford’s ACL –Video

    Rams at Browns Postgame Notes

    Jeff Fisher Recaps 3rd Preseason Contest with D’Marco Farr, Steve Savard –Radio Interview

    Rams Coach Jeff Fisher “Optimistic” About Sam Bradford’s Injury –Video

    Rams Players React to Sam Bradford’s Injury –Video
  2. RamBill

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    Morning Ram-blings: All time D-line?
    By Nick Wagoner


    EARTH CITY, Mo. -- Let's face it, the past 36 or so hours have not been fun if you're a fan of the St. Louis Rams.

    The loss of quarterback Sam Bradford probably has you searching for something, anything to lift your spirits. Well, I don't know how much it will help but here's something from Grantland's Bill Barnwell that might at least temporarily put a smile on your face.

    Late last week, Barnwell went through and offered what he believed to be the best units at each position in league history along with a group in today's NFL that Barnwell believes could enter the conversation.

    Now, I know you're probably down to the defensive line and already mad that the Fearsome Foursome wasn't Barnwell's choice as the best defensive line in league history (though he writes it was awfully close) but keep scrolling and you'll find the biggest reason this Rams season isn't a lost cause: the current defensive line.

    From Barnwell's piece:

    Carolina had the best line in the league last year, and the Texans are about to combine J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney in their pass rush, but nobody has horses like this.

    There's been plenty of hype about this group in the preseason and it certainly looks like the real deal. That group was already expected to be great. Now it will be needed more than ever.


    A roundup of Sunday's Rams stories appearing on ESPN.com. ... We began the day with a look at Michael Sam's big performance in Cleveland. ... Next, we examined offensive tackle Jake Long's rusty return. ... From there, we revisited the three things to watch from Saturday's game. ... With the news that Bradford would miss the season, we discussed the long term future of the position in St. Louis. ... We closed the day with a look at Shaun Hill and the need to add more experience behind him.


    Raiders reporter Bill Williamson asks if the Rams would pursue Oakland backup Matt McGloin.

    Jemele Hill discusses the Rams' reaching out to high school football teams in the Ferguson area.

    At stltoday.com, Bernie Miklasz writes that the Rams are cursed.

    Jim Thomas offers his news story on Bradford's injury.